Out in a big field, I got the Phantom about 50' away, maybe 20-30' up. I switched off the controller and saw the status indicator light immediately start to blink rapidly (Yellow I think?) I was expecting the Phantom to pop up, return to home and land. Instead, it popped up, returned to the home location, and then proceeded to come down to maybe 10'. Then it circled my son and I. Twice. Then it proceeded to fly about 20' away from the home position and start to land. When it landed, it came down pretty aggressively and bounced a few times. Once it started to settle, I figured that was it, but it managed to flip itself up onto the top, gear up, rotors down. Here's where it got interesting. I ran over and grabbed the landing skid and picked up the Phantom, which I can only assume thought it must be airborne again because the props immediately spun up to a high speed. So kids, remember, just cause the props aren't spinning, doesn't mean the **** thing can't decide to turn back on. Luckily no one was hurt, including the Phantom.