Well, it happened again. :x I'm calling it "Sudden Death Syndrome". I was flying over the Pacific Ocean when the Phantom suddenly dropped like a stone into the ocean. This time I caught it on FPV video so you can share my frustration. Any idea what happened? I had calibrated the compass prior to take off. Notice @ 2:35 that a small sudden drop occurs prior to the fatal plunge. After the first drop the Phantom righted itself. When this happened I thought it was a gimbal glitch and didn't give it much thought. Only after looking at the video did I notice the Phantom dropped 30 feet during that first glitch. Flight behavior prior to the drops was normal. FWIW, this Phantom 2 has 2.0 ESCs. Some people have reported issues with the 2.0 ESCs, but usually this happens when the rotors are suddenly stopped, as in a tip-over or crash. This Phantom has never crashed or been tipped over. I ALWAYS hand-catch. Could this malfunction been an in-flight ESC issue? BTW, here is a picture of my ESC from a few weeks ago: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/25150850/esc.jpg This is the second time I've lost a Phantom 2 in the ocean due to SDS. Circumstances were almost identical, but this was a P2 V1.0. See: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=29862.