OK - I'm sure this must have been asked before, but I have not been able to find an answer. If you kill the motors in flight, and have sufficient altitude, can you restart them and recover? This is more of a theoretical question that a practical one, but for curiosity's sake... Say your happily cruising along at 500-600 feet and for whatever reason do something stupid and bring both sticks into the inside low corners and kill the motors. Your bird starts dropping like the expensive rock that it now is. You quickly put the sticks back into the inside low corners and restart the motors. Can you at that point, hit the left stick and try to climb? Will the bird attempt to right itself? I'd expect that it will be tumbling, so it won't be in a typical flight attitude, but once the motors are restarted, even with idle power, you're still producing minimal thrust. Anyone know for sure?