Okay, so I flew my Vision 2+ on Thanksgiving, recorded an awesome skeet shooting competition, then went on to the family dinner. I decided to fly my phantom and show off for some extended family members... I was flying in a soup bowl area, really high trees on a rather steep hill. Needless to say, I had intermittent GPS signal and I lost control of the phantom and watched it crash a couple hundred yards away. I live in NJ and the area where it went down had maybe 6-8 inches of snow, with the Phantom being white and seeing as how it crashed in a heavily wooded area, I still have not found it. The snow has melted, but we're getting rain this week. I'm expecting it to be a near total loss if it is found. If I can salvage the memory card if I find it I'll be happy. My question is -- with all the extra equipment I have, spare camera, wifi module, 3 batteries (not including the one that was in it at the time), hard case, etc., should I go out and buy a new V2+ 3.0? The $1,300 isn't that much of an issue for me, I'm just not sure what if I should sell the spare parts or go back into the Phantom again. Regardless of what I do (or if I didn't lose the Phantom) I will be getting an Inspire 1, and was going to keep the Phantom as my "messing around" drone.... I guess my question is, do the spare parts sell on the second hand market? I've been into 1/5 scale RC and I know those parts sell, but not sure if the UAV crowd is as willing to buy 2nd hand.