Well, I can't begin to say how upset I am. Took my H out to a family reunion and couldn't wait to fly it for the first time. Took off and was blown away right from the get go with how stable and responsive it was. I couldn't believe how great it was! I had it up around 40 feet hovering as I tested the various camera settings when I noticed the unit started becoming unstable. Up until this point it had been rock solid steady. I had been flying for less than 10 minutes when it started going crazy and drifting all over the place. It was all I could do not to crash the thing into some tress that were around. Long story short, I got the thing down low and tried to land in some grass and I couldn't keep it steady enough. The thing was flying backwards when it hit the ground from about 6" about the ground. It broke 2 props and the camera separated from the gimbal board. Fortunately the wires didn't break, the rubber grommets just came loose. I was in shock and pretty mad and upset. I then decided to take the props off and start the motors to see what the problem was. In idle, everything seemed fine. As soon as I moved the throttle up like I was taking off and the motors sped up, I immediately heard the bad motor. It sounded terrible. The controller started shaking and advising of a bad motor and to land immediately. On a side note, I was unable to get the motors to stop when I was testing it without the props. Pressing the red START/STOP button did nothing. I had to just reach under and turn the thing off. I called Yuneec this morning and they said to send it back for repair. I should have asked, but I'm assuming this will be covered under warranty, even though it crashed. Also, I'm kicking myself because I forgot an SD card, so I removed the one I had in the controller to use in the camera and now there is no telemetry data to back up my claims. Sure is disappointing!