Hello guys and girls I had the horrific 1st time accident with my phantom 2 this past weekend and I am just trying to get some confirmation as to why it crashed. I would like to figure out if it crashed due to my own fault or if something actually went wrong with the phantom and if so can I get DJI to fix it. I flew it several times yesterday with no problems until I stopped by a friends how real quick and pulled it out to show him. I did not take the time to allow the lights to turn from yellow to green to connect to the gps. I then took it up and hovered around and did some spins real quick when it just dropped out of the sky. What I am trying to figure out is if the gps is not activated (like it was when I was flying) is it possible that the motors will stop if I accidentally pushed both sticks to the bottom middle corners ( like you do to stop the blades once you land) I'm assuming they would not turn off if it was in gps mode just like if you turn the transmitter off because it would then activate the go home mode. The quad itself only received damage to the one landing gear that has the can bus attached to it so that will be an easy fix once I get the replacement in. However my H3-3D gimbal is a total loss which hurts bad as well as my go pro. It still lights up when I try and turn it on but the little screen remains blank. I have already contacted GoPro and am working on getting it sent in for repair but does anyone know if DJI does repairs or replacements on the Zenmuse gimbals? Like maybe I send mine in and if they confirm its totaled they will send me a new one at a reduced price? Thanks for the help guys and happy flying!