Good Morning, I have been flying my Phantom 3 Standard for about five months now and love it. It's always performed beautifully for me. However, last week, I encountered a new problem that I can't seem to shake. After several successful flights just the day before, I took it out for a flight at the beach and when I powered on the bird, I noticed the gimbal remained limp; it didn't do the usual little startup 'dance'. The error message on the tablet indicated a "Gimbal Gyroscope Error" and that service was needed. Sad, I packed it back up and took it home. However, later in the day, I brought it out to try again. After several restarts, on the fourth or fifth start, it started up normally! I was able to successfully fly and record on Independence Day. The problem continues though. Whenever I want to fly, I have to restart / shutdown / restart the bird several times before it ultimately starts up successfully. Once this weekend, I had to do this about a dozen times before the gimbal responded normally. Short of mailing this thing in to Phantom, are there any fixes I can attempt on my own? I'm not super-savvy with electronics, but I'm not afraid to dig into it if someone can point me to some specific areas to address. Thanks in advance for helping me out.