Hey All - question for anyone who either has experience with this - I can't seem to find an answer or video. Barring any violation or concern of regulations/laws, if an individual were to take their TH up to 1500ft+ altitude but needed to rapidly descend, it would seem the fastest way would be to cut power to the motors; allowing the device to begin a free-fall. In the simulation software, when you fly the Q, you can restart the motors and the craft will correct itself and respond to throttle commands, however, I am wondering if this is a situation that would happen in reality? I've seen posts on the DJI boards that "people have done this" but when pressed for videos or proof, they simply reply with "just google for a video on YouTube" - I have, and I can't find anything. I've tried 14 different keywords but the closest is a CSC video from about 20' where the individual was testing whether the system would actually shut off if it knew it was mid-air. It did. The next closest are simple wreck videos of drones failing mid-flight... etc. None that pose an intentional power cut mid-flight with attempted power restore and in-descent stabilization. On my DJI, I would suspect this wouldn't work because the IMU doesn't show interactive function once you land and power down. However, when I've hooked directly to my TH, I notice that nearly all of the sensors remain live/active and appear to be functional. If I were rich and carefree I'd be tempted to try it out myself. This isn't a question to challenge legality or rationale of such a maneuver, more just curiosity around the general physics and capability of the craft itself.