OK, as I sit here waiting to here from DJI on my warranty claim, I am still puzzled as to what went wrong with my Phantom. I am 100% sure it was nothing done by my, and I don't mean that arrogantly, I just know I was extremely methodical and took every precaution before things went south. Anyways, I am somewhat confused about the fail safe/RTH mode. I understand that the RTH feature will activate if the phantom is flown out of range, contact is lost with the RC, battery life gets to critical level, etc. But what I am trying to understand is more about the battery life. I know I had more than enough battery life when I took off, and the phantom was only in the air maybe 15 seconds before it went crazy and shot up in the air and then flew south and ultimately shut down and crashed. But, I've been wondering if it was some sort of battery issue that caused it to go crazy. So let's talk theoretically here. If you were flying your phantom for quite some time and the battery got low... The phantom will go into RTH and come to the recorded home point and land. However, what if you were flying the phantom and it didn't have enough battery to return home... would it auto-land wherever it is? That is the part I don't understand. Not really relevant to what happened to me anyways considering my disaster occurred within 50 feet of where I was standing, but I am just trying to understand all this.