Hi all, I have been contemplating the lack of redundancy built into the DJI Phantom range. In the case of a motor failure mid-flight that aircraft is coming down no question. There are other manufacturers building hexcopters and I am wondering if anyone has any experience of those and whether they are able to suffer a motor failure during flight and still be able to perform a safe landing or fly safely home? There are in fact of course many single points of failure that could cause a crash on the Phantom range i.e. motors, props, speed controllers, battery, flight controller, IMU etc. (Don't get me wrong I think the Phantom is a fantastic machine!) I am just thinking that for the CAA/FAA etc to consider relaxing their rules about flying over people, animals, vehicles etc then the manufacturers should be taking steps to consider this a little more and bring them in line with other commercial aircraft. I am guessing that the technology is there.....it's just a case of finances.