No...not flying or crashing... I've noticed my Phantom has been tracking a few degrees to the right when pushing the right stick straight ahead. This morning I decided to attach the controller and the Vision+ to the computer to recalibrate. This was the first time I've connected either since I received them a couple of months ago. The controller calibration looked fine, but I recalibrated anyway since I was connected. No problem. Then I connected the Vision+ and unfortunately forgot to disconnect my network cable to prevent a forced auto-update. As soon as I ran the Assistant, it immediately started updating. No warning, no permission requested...nada. Within less than a second, I snatched the USB cable out of the bird. In retrospect, that wasn't the brightest thing to do. When I power-cycled the Vision+, the camera was limp, and I had a single yellow light on the right front nacelle. So here I am thinking, "Great I bricked it!" :shock: I shut the down the Assistant, Vision+ still sitting here with the single yellow light, and I am wondering if the USB is even going to recognize when I plug her in? I attached the cable and, thankfully, I heard the beep as the computer registered the connection. I ran the Assistant software and it again began auto-updating without requesting permission. It turns out what was updating was the camera/gimbal firmware. When it finished, it alerted me that there was a firmware update from 3.00 to 3.04, but, thankfully, that update did NOT auto-apply. Calibrated my sticks in the Assistant (as in the RC Assistant, they already seemed fine), disconnected, and counted my blessings that I still had my Phantom! I haven't flown yet, but everything seems fine. Not sure why DJI forced the camera update without requesting my approval? Personally, that is CRAP! :twisted: My gimbal seems to behave exactly as it did before. Mine never did a big dance when you powered on. It simply straightened, camera went level for a second, then the camera tipped to 45 degrees...same thing it does now.