I'm an idiot - I was flying my P3p around my property, near my small shallow pond and I tripped... Pushing both controls who-knows-what direction as I tried to keep from killing myself... The last thing I saw on the display was the drone racing at a fence post out in the middle of the pond. The blade guards did a good job, but it still went down. I ran out got the drone from the 3ft pond floor and quick pulled the battery that was still showing good LED display. It was under water for less than 5 minutes. I quickly got it to my air compressor and started blowing all the water out. Here's where it got spooky. The damned thing started bleeding. A small amount of the water coming out of the main body was tinted red. Kind of like a weak Cool Aid. Red but transparent. I'm wondering if anyone knows what that could be. I'm hoping its just inspection stamps on parts. Maybe DJI's tell-tale indicator of a unit getting wet so they don't pay off warranty claims. I spent half an hour blowing it out until no water, and then another 10 minutes. I'm leaving it sit another couple days to continue to dry out to a 'bone dry' state. I saw water INSIDE the camera lens, so clearly I'll have to pull that apart to clean it as well. I've read MANY posts here about people sinking their drones, and lots of replies to the effect of "oh, that sucks" but not a lot of actually helpful suggestions beyond the normal common sense: Dry it out... be patient... if its fresh water you might get lucky. Does anyone have any useful suggestions or insight into components that HAVE to be replaced before re-applying power? I'd much rather replace a $20 part now than hear later "Oh, if you had just done xyz123 first you wouldn't have fried everything else. Now its too late."