As I've crashed once already, but out of carelessness and not from ramming into something. Though the detection mode was off, so maybe it could have been prevented. Anyway... I'm new to the UV crash detection, so it is it far enough out (or adjustable) so that it will read directly off the ground in front of it upon inevitable slight descent at full thrusting forward? I would love to be skimming the water without sh#tting my pants the entire time. I hear Danger Zone in my head and just want to rip down a raceway with this thing. Similar question pertaining to a harder surface, like the hood of a car... how far out can it detect the objects in front as is the preventive measure just to stop, reverse, or angle itself upward accordingly??? I've also given myself a general rule for any low level flying... the landing gear, being down, happened to take the brunt of the fall and helped save my gimbal and camera from getting wrecked. Wondering if the detection is good enough so that I may forego this preventive measure. Stay Fly!