On a day I should have stayed in bed, I bought a P3 Advanced (with old/original motors) and decided to do some test flights indoors. I jammed a motor up by bouncing a prop against a wooden beam, and replaced it by splicing the wires so I didn't have to go near the ESC board with a soldering iron... guess that was a futile effort. The bottom line is, I am now selling a hardly flown (5 flights of 1-2 minutes each) P3A that will not start (ESC Status Error). Aside from the above mentioned issue, the craft, camera, & gimbal are in like new condition except for 2 hairline cracks in the shell from when I opened it to replace the motor. These are not stress fractures, and they are not near the motor (see pictures). This would be an excellent bird for someone who needs parts, or has the parts & skill to repair it. I managed to buy my friends almost new P3P because he bought the P4, so I am plannning to keep the batteries, props, and charger since I still have a use for them. The coptor (with camera/gimbal) and controller are for sale as a set, but I may be willing to sell everything/anything piece by piece if someone wants to make an offer.