I agree. Read the manual, read the manual. Allow time for GPS to set Home Position, "Check it on the map" and check your flying area and make sure you know what the RTH height etc is set to before each takeoff. Don't drain the batteries. Did I say read the manual? Bet you learn something each time you do.
For some it does somewhat more than it's supposed to do, . . . things like maxing out the rear motors (thought to be caused by props having to much flexure), props striking the body, and uncommanded descents, all of which may be related.
i think is funny .Disclaimer: No direct experience.
I understand having to do the mod on the arms but you really shouldn't have to do that ....DJI needs to do their jobi had the one issue of the prop strike but after doing my mod to the front arms to stop them flexing no more issues
i have 58 flights
11 hours air time
14 miles flight distance
have never had any other problems, it is a great drone as long as you understand it limitations,
and it is great for flying in areas where i would not like to take my MPP
i agree i should not have had to do such a mod, i believe it was all down to weight, i prefer having a stiff arm to prevent the prop strike, it was my choice to give it a go, and touch wood it seems to be working as of nowI understand having to do the mod on the arms but you really shouldn't have to do that ....DJI needs to do their job