So I sent my my V+ to DJI a few weeks ago for warranty work. It appears the ESC on one motor is failing. When I called and explained this the person said he would put down that the motor failed. I found this a little odd but figured the repair people would determine what was wrong. I sent in the information along with a link to the video I posted on 7/31/2015 showing the issue. Now, I bought the V+ on 1/23/2015. The ESC has a 12 month warranty. I called DJI and reported the claim on 1/22/2015. So I think you see where this is going. Today I get the "bill". It's to replace a motor and "WM301 BLDC V2 PCBA". I looked it up and that is an ESC. Total bill is for $86. Very reasonable. $65 of this is labor. They state that it's out of warranty. I just sent a reply that I made the claim within the warranty period and explained that this was all that was required. I won't get into it much further here but this is correct and also think about this... if someone offered a 365 day warranty they would never need to honor that entire time. If you had a failure on day 365 how would someone ever get it into DJI on that same day? This would make the promise of the 365 day warranty impossible. So again, it's when the _claim_ is made and I can also show that the failure occurred within that time frame. I don't recall but if they don't, DJI should ask the caller for the purchase date when a claim is reported. I don't know of any warrantied item that is longer then 12 months so they should raise this issue initially. But that I not my real issue. I also don't feel that the motor needs to be replaced. If anything I can see the argument that it's not wise to replace one without the other.. and truth is, I'd be more than happy to pay that part and labor charge.. but I think that they might be adding that in because of the initial report they wrote down and perhaps because it make it look more like it's out of warranty (motors are warrantied for 3 months). I thought I'd start this thread for informational purposes and I'll update it as information comes in.