Good morning all, This thought occurred to me during the drive in to work... What if all owners with the new 2312 motors, but incompatible ESC's (as per the package insert from a DJI upgrade kit) begin organizing a structured way to verify and confirm the number of owners the issue affects. This would include those who have experienced crashes and those who haven't but could if with continued use. From what I've been able to gather the last few days in threads here is it affects the Phantom 2 Vision + v3.0, and Phantom 2 v2.0 (non vision) owners primarily. Another reason why I suggest we take this approach is because from what I've read here and on forums, it seems DJI Support is not quick to respond to all these issues. So we can all wait individually and contact support on an individual basis over time... Or come together to identify the issue that is common to so many members. My take on it is: -if DJI produced that chart (still not verified, but it exists), then they are aware there is an issue of "...your Phantom may be unstable in the air and crash..." if the appropriate motor/ESC combo isn't used. -therefore, there was a failure in quality control during the assembly of Phantoms in the last few months since they were sold and found there way to the end user with motors incompatible with installed ESC's. So those users should not be financially responsible for the loss of their Phantoms due to inexplicable crashes or crashes not due to pilot error (could be a potential point of debate) -and those that bought the "upgrade kits", was the package insert included in the kit? I'd suggest we come up with a way to build a photographic package or something to document each owner affected. My initial thought is, top shell removed, ID card in frame with motor with black post and ESC showing no "vX.X" next to QR code. of course, blur out personal info on ID card if you plan on posting it here. The intent would be to use this thread as organization for a potential class action suit. So please only post if you are an owner affected. There are the other threads here where discussions about this are taking place.