All, I have had two flights. The first flight recently was in Carmel California in the fog. I did not go up too high or fly too long. No problems at all. Too bad it was so foggy. Second flight a week later in Cupertino California. I was flying over a World famous construction site in Cupertino and was up about three minutes. The winds were gusty. At one point I tried to bring the Typhoon G back and the stick at full position to go left would not affect the flight. I was able to get it back toward me finally. I have the Maytech fibre glass props on it. These don't break when they hit things - including my arm. ha. Well I tried to bring the Typhoon in. I was coming down onto the street and was lower than a street light pole. But the Typhoon G was pitching in the gusts. I am like well - If I land this sucker, it will probably tip on the street and damage the props. Plus cars were going in and out - not too many but a few. So I am using my left hand to modulate the left stick and trying to get the Typhoon G to hover over me. And catch the leg. I did catch the leg. Finally. But in catching it in the wind - I tipped the Typhoon G toward my elbow. The prop ate into my shirt ripping it and took a little slice out of my elbow. Shirt was $150 years ago - designer shirt. Rule - don't wear designer shirts when trying to land. Little cut on my elbow is fine. bought a few new shirts on eBay for $75 - same designer and did not pay full retail. Ha.