I ran across an electronic circuit board encapsulation epoxy when building solar panels. It's a special epoxy you mix with a hardener. Electronics are covered with it to safeguard against weather and vibration, it strengthens and holds together whatever its applied to. I see it available in clear and colored. Colored is used by companies that want to hide there circuit board components from the competition. I'm thinking about coating my electronics on my Phantom 2 with this, over all the solder joints and up any soldered wires about a quarter inch, circuit boards etc. This would surely hold any bad soldering against its connection forever. You wouldnt be able to repair a circuit board after this but who cares, we replace them anyway. Has anyone tried this? I dont want my Phantom falling out of the sky so I think it's worth it. Expensive stuff but so is the Phantom. If any Phantom dealers are reading this I would suggest buying some in bulk so you could sell small quantities to Phantom owners (unless your more interested in selling parts haha). You can see various examples of this material if you search Ebay, unfortunately you have to buy at least a hundred times what you need. Any input here would be appreciated. I have a gallon left over so I may as well try it.