Had about 3 mins flight time on a brand new, slightly bigger (and more wire to tuck) battery when at about 100ft elevation I saw the battery slide out and fall! The Phantom inverted and plunged to the ground. Fortunately I was in a meadow and was able to see where it landed, and was able to find the battery too! I had just taken the camera off so I could do some more aggressive flying which made the Phantom lighter when it plummented. Not even a prop was broken,so I thought I was lucky... Reloaded the battery and all the right lights came on, but I noticed a dimple/crease in one of the arms right behind the motor. When I started the motors the prop on this arm touches the arm now. The Phantom must have landed on that arm, tweaking the motor back and bending the tip of the arm up so the end of the prop blade now skims the surface of that arm. Does this mean I need to order a new shell, or can I heat the body up and tweak it back? Or will it forever be off balance with that method? And I guess a bigger battery door from shapeways is needed too.