I really would like a P3P. I've done a fair bit of research and it's clearly the best bang for the buck quad. I already have an iPad mini 2 and would like to dip my toe into the aerial photography waters to see what it's like. The thing is that I found PP and naturally quickly discovered about fly away's and failures that resulted in sudden quite destructive falls. I did some more research and found lots of information about these occurrences which naturally freaked me out a bit considering I was planning to buy a P3P, a good backpack and second lipo package next week! I fly 3D helicopters and am a quite capable flyer so I know my way around RC and even after seriously abusive flying none of my helis (from a 450 size to a 700) have never failed in flight or ever even glitched (quite thankfully as they are quite dangerous). 3D helis may not have the advanced camera gear but they have great flight controllers and the most powerful motors, ESC's, lipos and parts available at this point and can take insane abuse without even blinking. I guess after my own experience I'm even more worried about the information I've found as often it's from people that really took it easy on their Phantoms. Can people please chime in an give me the low down on these amazing little Phantoms? Is it mostly the older Phantoms or are the P3's also effected? If I follow the compass calibration and rules to the letter, will I still gamble with the loss of a $2000AUD unit every flight? I planned to knock out hundreds of flights in a short time to get familiar/good at this hobby in a short period (and do my flight certifications too as I would like to use it for work related matters) Thanks in advance for any information people can provide.