All... Thank you all for the help in the past. Have a P3A, and probably watched all your videos on the past. Everything from WTF, to ????? did I do, as well as every YouTube one possible. Have had the police asking about it, but was prepared, it was registered, and no issues in the past. No fly zones, and "B4UFly," were always checked. Never have done anything crazy, just learning the hobby, and trying to promote the art. So, I was flying over the river 198ft AGL (still have not ventured above 200 feet AGL), with some gusty winds, and got the low battery warning. I had put a battery in with about 18%, because it was just to go straight up and try different camera settings, etc, etc., and just snap photos while yawing. Then, several female joggers were running on the cement path, and of course, bravado took over. Minutes later, beep, beep, beep, battery was low and RTH was critical. I was about 1/2 mile away and it was the first "panic attack," I ever had. I was flying, and forgetting, and I skittered softly down the winds current without monitoring the battery levels. Then, I realized if I let it return to home, it was going to waste battery power elevating, and was quicker for me to cancel it, and fly straight home. Many posts said to take it easy and do not freak out, and I heeded your advice. The aircraft is forgetting, but the last thing I wanted to do was panic, and have a lawn dart splashing in the mud. My advice to anyone new on here is swallow your pride, and learn from the people on here. Heed their advice and fly smart. Instead of investing ion pretty little stickers and artwork right away, be safe. Get a Gimbal guard, prop protectors, and update everything to include batteries when there is an update. But, do not panic. My first flight was straight up, and a gentle flight, and just learned how it responded. Do not haul ***, and then lock the air brakes up to see how fast you can stop. Think of it as a first date with some of the joggers that I was flying adjacent to, slow - and - easy. And LISTEN to the smart people on here. Thanks everyone for all your input, and for all you new pilots, the best thing about a successful first flight is, you will never have a "crashed on first flight posting, or video."