Hi everyone, Still recovering from the shock of my Phantom 3 Professional falling down from the trees just an hour ago. This is what happened: Earlier today I had two perfectly fine experiences with my Phantom. We were having coffee near the river, and I took off and landed twice from a nearby parking. Did one 9 minute and one 6 minute flight without any problems. Calibrated the compass before the first of these two flight. 45 minutes later at home, I did the third flight of the day. Recalibrated the compass again on the Phantom, but this time something really weird happened.... I powered the engines and pushed my left stick up to get my Phantom in the air. But for some (to me) unknown reason the Phantom started to move to my left and I could still control it a bit, but it kept drifting until it hit a tree and fell out of there. The result (as you can see in the pictures): A bit of a damaged body, and a screw that fell out of somewhere (cannot tell from which part it is exactly, don't see any screws missing on the outside. Any of you have an idea how this happened? And how I can prevent this in the future? Your help will be much appreciated!