The other thread on the 'Propulsion Limited' warning got me to thinking. I've hit this a bunch of times recently - probably as the result of flying in Alaska in the winter (despite Global Warming). When I first hit the warning I brought the P3 back immediately (uh oh, crash time) since I'm either over water or 150 foot trees that I don't want to try to climb. Lately, I've watched it for a bit. I can trigger it (or it's friend, the yellow low voltage warning) pretty easily. But backing off and just hovering for a bit and going up slower seems to allow the battery to complete a pretty normal discharge cycle. So I'm beginning to get less paranoid about it and continuing to flying. It ** seems ** that the new firmware that allows the P3 to throttle down a bit without performing a self inflicted CSC actually works. The one thing that does worry me is that I likely (????) don't have reserve capacity to fly against a strong headwind - something that happens on occasion. All of my batteries have between 10 and 20 cycles and it seems to be battery invariant. Any similar experiences?