Ok, so because of all the rebar in my driveway and sidewalk (in front yard), I usually take off from my back yard, but then walk around to my front yard because there are less trees. Now that I have had 10+ flights, I'm letting the battery go a little further. Well I wasn't watching the RTH time left for the battery and right as I'm landing (in the front yard), literally 2 feet off the ground about to touch down, the auto-RTH takes over and up goes the P3. I didn't want it to go back there, so I hit the autoland button. Well that works (after asking, are you sure?), but then it wants to land practically on my roof, so I have to fight it to bring it back to my front yard. Once I do, I bring it down and it touches the ground, but it's as if it really wants to go back to the place where I told it to auto land, and it keeps fighting me. It finally turned over (completely upside down and motors still going), but fortunately was on soft grass, so no damage done (not even to the props), just a few grass stains which were easy to clean off. So I guess the lesson is to be sure to watch the RTH time if you aren't going to land where RTH would be and/or hand catch. But this problem could still have happened if I was hand catching and RTH took over before it reached my hand. But I would like to know what I could have done to set the P3 down gently and safely after I told it to cancel the RTH and auto land? And why was it fighting me still once I had already touched it down to the ground? I have video of the screen (using Nvidia shield) if anyone would like to see it.