After a grand total of 8 flights, the gimbal on my Typhoon G developed a tilting problem. When I yaw the bird, the camera tilts. I have flown 6 more times, in an attempt to replicate and troubleshoot. I've checked the system via the GUI, evaluated the telemetry, performed calibrations (both compass and accelerometer), checked all connections, looked for missing screws, you name it. So I called the technical support number today. I was shocked at how little the guy I talked to knew about the Typhoon G. I chalked this up to Yuncee having more than one product line, and him not being a drone guy. He tells me that there may be a board issue in the bird, and they'll need it back for repairs. I ask for details on how long I can expect to be without the Typhoon. I'm told 'Well, it's summer time, and we have a higher than normal number of repairs, so count on up to 30 days after we receive it before we send it out. I'm dumbfounded. I spent $500 dollars for this thing less than 10 days ago, with less than 15 flights on her. And she's been babied, believe me. I've been flying R/C cars, planes, helis, and quads for years and know how to maintain and fly them. I've never even come close to so much as a blade strike on a piece of grass. And them I'm told that they are going to need my machine for up to 40 days (over three times the length of time I've owned it) to troubleshoot it. Frustrating. Very. The reason for this post is to ask whether this is something that is to be expected of Yuncee products? What I don't want to do, is send her in, have them keep her for God knows who long, just to have something else go wrong. Is this a normal occurrence with the company? My research, prior to purchase indicated that Yuncee's customer service was great, but this?? Anyway, I just wanted to ask y'all what your thoughts were. Thanks for listening to my rant, and also thanks in advance. Cheers!