My P2V+ came yesterday. After thorough review of the instructions, I flew twice today. First, I picked a city property using Google Earth and the local government's land parcel map. Great spot, nice trails, well mowed, almost no foot traffic, but also about 500 feet from the local police HQ. It being Saturday morning, nobody seemed to notice me, but I decided to pack it in about halfway through my first battery. Second flight was at the far end of a medical campus backing up to an empty lot owned by the university. Quite secluded on the weekend, but developed enough that I could fly from the parking lot. Finished off two batteries doing the one- and two-star maneuvers in the pilot guide. Out of six or seven landings, three were tipovers - the props survived the first two with grass stains, but the third time I landed next to a small rock. In retrospect, I'm lucky the rock wasn't between the landing gear. It gave me a reason to order high-thrust 9450s, and I appreciate DJI's foresight in packing eight of the stock propellers in the original box. I'm pretty sure that I was executing the CSC too early, because my tipovers were to the back-left. I think that for future landings, I need to concentrate on the sound of the engines and wait to CSC until they spin down. Is it worth using a portable landing surface, something like a weighted 2-3ft square of styrofoam? I was landing on sturdy wild grass, which wasn't helping my tipover situation. Any other advice on landing safely and efficiently?