A few weeks back my P3A had a run in with a hawk and crashed from about 30 meters up. It landed in some fairly dense underbrush, but came out of it in fairly good shape. No camera or gimbal breaks, but the motor arm that took the brunt of the impact was bent and there were numerous shell cracks. When I got it home, I took off the props and tested it. Everything worked, no on screen warnings, and the motors fired up so I decided to get a new shell and swap the parts over. After moving everything over to the new shell, and updating to the new firmware and Go app, I now get the dreaded "ESC error" warning when trying to start the motors. Did a forum search on ESC error and the conventional wisdom seems to indicate that because the ESC's are now integrated into the mainboard I'd have to replace the entire board. Given the cost of a new MC unit, I decided to order a new body from DJI, which should be here Friday (it's already been shipped). In the meantime, does anyone have any DIY tests that I could do on my old P3's board to determine whether it is salvageable or not, or am I better off just parting it out? (ie: motors, light-bridge antenna's, VPS sensor, etc.) As I said, everything was working fine before the transfer to the new shell, and the board and motors were not mis-handled during the transfer, so I'm not sure what went wrong. I'm not worried about voiding the warrenty, so if there's a way to fix it without having to send it in for service, I'd love to hear it. Thanks in advance.