Hello Forum! So I had an indoor crash that was pure user error and I wanted to assess the damage to my P3P. The bird fell from about 12 feet upside down onto a wood floor. I have two sort of bulges on the body, and I realized yesterday that I think two of the plastic gimbal stabilizer pins are missing (see photos for what I'm talking about). A couple questions that hopefully people more experienced with the machine can answer: 1. Are there normally 4 of these plastic stabilizer pins for the gimbal? If so, where would I be able to buy some usable replacements? And can I fly in the interim period with just two pins - what would be the possible downside to doing this? 2. What are the small white plastic pieces seen in the bulges? I tried to poke them back in to get rid of the bulge but they wouldn't move - should I keep trying harder to push them back in? Should I take the bird apart and see what I can do then? Or should I just leave them? 3. My props were spinning full speed on the wood floor for about 5-10 seconds and as a result they melted the plastic nub on the top about 20? of the way through. Are these props still safe to fly with? I can post pictures of those if it's useful. Thanks for any input!