Hello. Only a few days ago I came on here and read flyaway/crash threads. I assumed it was mostly user misuse, how can you possibly lose control if you follow the guidelines?! Well I was obviously wrong when a little bit of me inside died today... My phantom vision 2 plus v3 was unboxed for its first flight on 6th May. It has been flawless every day for 7 days. I was in an open space, no power lines near by, no wind and no adverse weather. Battery and propellers securely fixed in, battery at 90%, wifi extender 3/4 charged, controller fully charged. Compass had been recently calibrated. Over 7 GPS satellites connected (green lights) and s1 s2 on controller were up position. Take off and flight was fine. Photos came out brilliantly as usual. When finished taking photos of a hot air balloon in the distance, throttle fully clicked down to descend, while moving slowly back towards home point, about 5 seconds later at 150ft~ the motors became very loud by the speed it was decending, image on iphone still visible, switched right S switch down then back to GPS to try regain control with throttle fully up, but made no difference and fell out the sky like a brick. I did notice the drone did not spiral out of control, but stayed upright as it fell which may mean all 4 motors stopped simultaneously? Transmitter and drone was updated to the latest firmware last week and every day before and after it had flown perfectly. Why has happened? I don't think I have missed anything on the checklist. The drone has flown flawlessly every day for 7 days (too addictive to stop flying). Is there a way I can upload a flight log as proof? I am yet to receive DJI's email reply, this is completely not user error but I'm sure by default they will blame anybody but the drone itself by the looks of feedback over the internet. Now one prop is snapped, gimbal is bent, camera lens is damaged, and image does not connect to wifi extender. After picking up the pieces of the most expensive impulse buy of my life, the image on the screen was at 72ft before it came down through a tree and onto a brick wall.