Hey folks! I recently joined this forum and posted an introductory thread here. I will skip straight to the point. I've been spending most of the month of April / May researching up on the P3P and what's involved in getting into this hobby. eg: P3P user manual, repair support services, local laws around flying drones in the area as well as countless YouTube videos on good and bad aerial photography. I felt i was ready to finally make the purchase until i started seeing more and more threads around fly aways and crashes. Frankly im simply amazed at the quality of the videos and pictures but im extremely terrified about the potential harm it can do if a crash occurs. I know it sounds silly and if i take the proper pre-cautions, i should be able to stay safe. I'm just reading quite a few threads from experience pilots and how crashes occur either due to structural design faults (prop engines) or just radio interference from densely populated areas. Losing the expensive drone is almost the least of my worries although i would prefer not to. With that, i ask if you have any tips on what else i should be reading up on to fully prepare myself for this hobby? Do you establish a particular flight discipline when filming people? eg: Never fly directly above them? Any tips / advise from the more experienced pilots would be truly appreciated.