So today was the first real gig I had with the Inspire. Getting some shots of a large rig hauling a huge piece of equipment. It's a very tricky shoot as it is high paced and non stop.... Go as fast as you can (in your car) to a intersection.. stop, wait for a minute.. Fly to get 30 seconds of footage as the truck is passing.. repeat.... Towards the end of the route the truck traveled down an old country road around 20 - 30MPH and a friend of mine was with me so he took over driver duties and I flew the inspire chasing the truck.. FROM THE MOVING CAR. I made sure to set dynamic home point (first time I used it) and while I was piloting I SWORE that I could see the homepoint being set (that bar up top) but in all honesty I was more concerned with my shot and not losing the controller as I had it half hanging out the window of the car, so perhaps it was not being updated. When we got to the end of the road we pulled over and as I was bringing the Inspire down some notice came on the screen about --battery, distance from home, and RTH is activated-- and it started flying completely away from me.. I gave it some HARD input and it halfway responded but as soon as I let off it started traveling away from me again. I gave it enough input to get it above obstructions it was getting close to and then started trying to cancel the RTH.. I hit the RTH button... Nothing.. Hit a few other buttons (panicking at this point)... Nothing.... Finally I calmed myself for a second and decided to try to hit the Dynamic Home Point on the screen and as soon as I did the Inspire stopped dead in its tracks and I was back in control!! I am enamored with this machine and I honestly believe that I was a huge part (or maybe even all) of this problem and I am not blaming DJI at all!! That being said... I am familiar with cancelling RTH if it goes out of range and then comes back into range but that did not seem to respond in this instance... I also have my RTH height set at 50M and it absolutely did not adhere to this "rule".. As soon as RTH "because of the battery and distance" initiated it start traveling to home, with NO elevation. In fact if I would not have given it some throttle to raise it more it would have run into a pretty low metal building. Does anyone else have experience with Dynamic RTH? Also.. I think a great firmware upgrade would be that if the I1 is communicating with the controller and in RTH mode that a large notice could be displayed on the screen with a "slide to cancel RTH no matter what" button! I got lucky that I finally hit the right thing and that I was still in range but I can guarantee that if probably 20 - 30 more seconds would have gone by it would have been gone!!!!!