I ripped up three props and broke the gimbal support bracket. My fault though. I got in a hurry when pushed by a motorcycle revving his engine and didn't properly check one prop. It turned over. I did get it up in the air with a little missing off two props and it took some amazing video and pictures though...just long enough to check damage and finish a few pictures. Just got it back up. My props took the scenic route from the midwest to the East Coast to the midwest again before they finally made it here. Flew it this morning and remembered why I bought it...the dynamic range. While I wish it had the HDR exposure setting that the real GH4 has, it still takes amazing pictures. that rival my Evo II Pro, but without any barrel distortion on the edges (which is really, really bad on my Phantom 4 pro by the way). I'm still liking this so far.