I was flying in some really windy conditions near the coast today, the P3P coped extremely well to be honest, way better than I was expecting. Unfortunately on my last flight, as I started the rotors a gust of wind caught the bird and flipped it on to it's side. It was as the rotors were starting up, so not at full speed. The bird just leant to one side and as the 2 props on the leading edge touched the ground, they stopped the motor completely. There was no damage to the props, and there are no cracks on the the 2 arms on the side that touched the ground. As soon as it happened I quickly killed the power. I've just done a quick test in the car park near my home to make sure it flew ok and while it seemed like the VPS was doing a rubbish job of keeping it steady, it did look like it was trying to at least. Maybe the compass was off or something... Just wondering if a sudden stop on the rotors would do lasting damage to them ?