I have seen so many YouTube vids showing folks sliding the battery into its bay and then driving it home with a firm push and solid 'click' as the battery's locking tabs clip onto the bay's inner tangs. My concern is that this repeated snapping in of the battery will wear down the inner tangs on the copter's battery bay over time (and/or the battery tabs). If that were to happen, and a battery was to slide free in flight, the result would be horrible. Is this a valid concern? What I have been doing is pressing the battery tabs inward prior to sliding the battery in, and after I can feel that it's all the way in and properly seated, I give it a little tug just to be sure. Am I just paranoid on this one?