So here is another reason to remove your LiPo before putting your quad into the case or wherever you store it. I ran my battery down to the warning signal, landed it quickly, power off, blades off, and then into my carrying case. About 45 minutes later I was home and opened the case. Much to my surprise the quad was powered on, lights flashing, and it was hotter than you can imagine. The plastic was hot, but the motors and camera were even hotter. At first I thought I forgot to power it down, but I had put the gimbal lock in place and it would be really hard to miss the resistance it gives you if you try to slide it in place with power on. I haven't had a chance yet to check it out to see if there is any damage, but I'm sure I took some life off it. Anyone else ever have their quad power up on its own?