So I sent them an e-mail to Yuneec Europe, detailing the crash details, telemetry data and even Google Earth flight visualization. The CS at Kaltenkirchen decided not even to lift an eyelid. An e-mail I sent: "Hello, First of all, I'd like to share some background information about the unfortunate flight of Typhoon H: 1. It started and flew well, controls were responsive and I made some photos. 2. After flying and coming back in Home Mode, I started the Typhoon H in Smart mode (again). 3. However, this time, after ascending at altitude of 10 meters, the drone became very unresponsive, and it began going in a wide circle (upon examining telemetry data after the crash, I found out it was an Error 32 - Compass Calibration Warning - during midflight). No Compass Calibration Warning on ST16 flight controller was shown during the flight. 5. I tried to land it, but at few meters of altitude with landing gear down, it suddenly began to fly very fast (55 km/h) in a straight line to the tree away from me and it crashed horribly. As I read Yuneec community forums, I have found that it might be firmware's fault which causes the Typhoon H drone to lose control and it just flies at speed on its own, even if it is good reception with the controller. Where should I seek support towards repairing the drone? The dealer in Lithuania where I purchased the drone is "dronai24.lt" which acquired the drone from Yuneec dealer in Estonia "Meridein OU". Drone damage photos, flight telemetry data and flight visualization files attached." So yeah, if you happen to crash your Typhoon H because of hidden Compass Discalibration which occurs out of nowhere during midflight in Europe, you can say goodbye to your 1.8 kgs of plastic and some carbon-fiber. Anyone interested in Typhoon H's w/RealSense spare parts, batteries and ST16 with double antenna?