I'm having a bad day! Trying to take off this morning in about 15-18 knots of wind and my pride and joy flipped over lying upside down in the gavel motors still spinning, it seemed quicker to pick it up and then kill the motors rather than a CSC. Anyway 2 of the motors where gritty and I blew this out without to much bother, all four props are badly grazed and will be thrown away, 1 or 2 annoying scratches on the shell but the worst thing seems to be a bit of cr*p in the gimbal which is giving a gimbal overload warning on the app. If I had done an auto take off do you think it would have been clever enough to have compensated? Is the gimbal easy enough to take apart and clean ( I have already tried a gentle blow from a compressor) it seems to be the top elbow for want of another word. I guess I was pushing my luck but felt confident the wind speed wasn't substantial enough to be an issue and obviously taking off from gravel was a bad idea. Any other ideas about cleaning the grit out would be welcome. Thanks in advance.