Whelp, I had my Phantom 2 a whole week and managed to crash it. It was totally my fault as I ran into a tree while doing a right to left tracking shot as practice. I guess I got a little cocky as I was looking at my FPV monitor and didn't notice how close I was to an overhanging tree branch and mis-judged my distance. It hit the branch just as I noticed it and I didn't have a move. The quad dropped about 10-12 feet to the ground. Anyhow, the known damage: Bent airframe/shell - it seems when the Phantom hit the ground it hit right on one of the arm ends and bent the airframe on the inside of where the motor is. Bent gimbal brace - the part that mounts under the shock mount. Bent back into place rather easily Broken gimbal ribbon cable connector Broken rotor blade -negligible and the least of my worries. I have not yet powered it back on to try and diagnose any further damage. It's unknown if the gimbal motors were damaged or if any of the rotor motors or internals were damaged. I do know I will be replacing the airframe. It looks near impossible to put it back into position as there's as kind of bend in the plastic. If anyone with a similar crash or repairs has words of wisdom and things I should test and be looking for, I am open to your knowledge and suggestions. Cheers.