This is yet another crash report if you are already bored with this. The crash happened during my 5th flight, when I was practicing Orbit. Ironically I read this thread just one day before the accident. I was very cautious about LOS and keeping the bird away from trees during the whole flight, until... I started with flying square with nose away, then nose pointing to the direction. I felt comfortable with them after one battery, and challenged myself with Orbit. It was actually not that hard, and I managed to keep it smooth after several tries. I was too exited seeing the footage in FPV that I forgot LOS! And from FPV you won't see anything about the trees until you hit them. It was like :"Hey! I did it, it is so awesome! Ooooh, crap! trees!" From the map, you can see the problem is that the diameter was increasing and I didn't notice that. The bird hit the tree right on the spot, any further or closer would have saved it. It fell down from about 30 feet high. Battery popped out, one propeller damaged, one shell arm bended and cracked, vibration absorbing plate was broken as well as all dampers, whole gimbal fell off from body, and gimbal arm was slightly bent. I thought I was done with my new drone at that moment (really sad). Fortunately, when I went back home and hooked everything up together, it seems still worked, and the camera lens was free of scratch. So after one week wait for replacement parts, I fixed my drone and I'm a happy pilot again If you are still reading at this point, here is how I fixed it, and some useful information I found from Youtube. Body Open body shell. Followed this video. Use hair dryer to soften the shell, and bend it back Use Bondic to weld the cracked areas. Followed this video. Use gorilla tape to reinforce Gimbal Open gimbal body. Followed this video. Carefully disconnect flat cable Disassemble gimbal arm from bearing Use two pliers to bend gimbal arm back. I also installed gimbal saver this time as I may not be that lucky next time Vibration absorbing plate Just replace with new plate and dampers Notice that damper protectors are for one-time use, so if you want to re-adjust anything after putting gimbal back, you will need to use another set of new protectors That's it, happy flying everybody!