i tried this in my back yard 1 foot off the ground so i don't want any "no the inspire doesn't do that" b.s. i keep getting a warning to discharge the battery to less then 5% then charge up to full and discharge to 50% for storage. ok so fastest way to discharge a batt is to fly it. a lot of you may already know this but i didn't. once the battery reading hits 10% automatic shut down of everything mid flight. i did this about 1 foot off the ground and the props just stopped and that's it, try to restart the motors and the app wont allow it because of low battery. if there is a reading that says the battery is at 3% when a second ago it was above 50% (which didn't happen to me) then the app / software whatever shuts down the props. i know dji are doing it to save battery life but what good does it accomplish if it crashes the aircraft destroying the battery to keep the cells from being over discharged, which get destroyed as collateral damage. at 2% there is enough power to keep this thing in the air. im going to inform dji what this feature in the battery software is doing. we should be able to discharge a battery down to 0% in the air if we want. even if it kills the cells and a person only gets 1/4 the cycles before it's burnt it doesn't matter. there shouldn't be anything that turns off the props other then there be no power left in the cells to run the lights or transmit data. they need to remove that programming that gives the app this much ability to just decide "time to turn the props off"