So today I had my first crash with my P2v+. I had not used it in a while (been using my P3) so I took it down to a local park to drain a couple of the batteries. Everything checked out so I took off. Raised it up about 5’ and it started to tip over toward one motor. A split second later (almost at the same time) the prop on that motor came spinning off. P2 fell onto the soft grass and a few seconds later the prop stopped spinning in flight and it fell to the ground also. I turned the battery off and inspected. No damage. I turned it back on and everything worked just fine. I took off again and climbed to about 2’. Immediately it appeared that one of the motors stopped working and it fell to the grass. One prop broke and another stuck in the ground (very soft soil). Did not appear to be any other damage. About 2 weeks ago I was flying the P2, testing out the circle POI when it dropped from about 30’ to 20’ as if a motor cut out. But it seemed fine after that. I think we all know where this is going… appears to me that one of the ESC’s is failing. The P2 is about 5 months old. Never any issues. I’ve read all of the posts about DJI and failed ESC’s but only a few posts from people who have followed up with the outcome. The ones I recall are that DJI offered to sell a discounted Phantom to them. Any idea what the current state of affairs is with DJI and failing ESCs? Keep in mind that I _think_ it’s an ESC and if this is what it is, that it appears to fail only under high load. I'm also thinking about setting up some controlled area and filming another take off of the Phantom. I'm betting under a slight load that same motor is going to stop working again. The P2 is only 6 months old. I'd think an argument could be made that a failure of the motor at this time would mean it's defective. Your thoughts?