I took off and landed my Phantom 3 Pro on some well tended grass. Upon landing, the rear props dug into the turf. White smoke started coming out of the rear motors and semi melted the plastic housing before I could shut things down. The copper coils in the rear 2 rotors now have a black color and 2 of the screws underneath protrude slightly. The hull wasn't warped as far as I can tell. The props were black carbon with white stripes. Amazingly, after changing the props, I waited an hour and the next flight was perfect, including high altitude video. I am overseas and need to take more photos and video. I will now ONLY catch the P3 by hand and not do a ground landing of any type. The P3 is one resilient machine!! I don't know if I will send it in for servicing on return to USA. Any thoughts?