Hey all! I bought my Inspire about 3 months ago, and have flown probably 40-50 times now without any issues, great machine. However, I am out of town for work this week in Evansville, IN so I brought it along to keep me occupied in the evenings. Tonight I was flying around the Ohio river next to downtown. I was 60 feet over the water, and in horror I see the Inspire start to tumble/flip toward the water. I didn't know what to do except try to push the left stick upward. Miraculously, it rights itself and and hovers. I haul ass toward land and make it to a safe landing. (Granted, with a little pee in my shorts probably). I look it over, install a new battery, but decide to just fly over the grassy area for the rest of the evening just to be safe. I go through another whole battery no problem. On my last battery, I was coming in to land and when about 60 feet in the air, it does the SAME THING. Tumbles toward the ground, and I'm again able to get it leveled out just in time before it lands on the grass a little more abruptly than I would prefer, and tip upside down. I do a CSC shutdown to stop the props from doing a little lawn mowing. No damage, just some dirt on the props. So I'm back at the hotel now, and I get the flight records pulled up and see that both times...a message pops up "Motor Obstructed", right before it starts to fall. There was nothing obstructing the motors either time. I did a little reading and it seems that when the software detects motor obstruction, it decreases or stops power to the motors?! (Possible Crash Smoking Gun) I am on firmware 220.127.116.11, and have been flying successfully for several months without this error/issue. Has anyone been able to address this issue, or can tell me what I should do (Contact DJI?). I'm really nervous to fly it at all until I can be confident this won't happen anymore...one of these times it will crash and total my precious bird. I have video of the flight record playback if it helps! Thank you!!