So, today while giving a demo flight at a family picnic, I was not able to calibrate the gimbal because of the grass being a bit too high and interfering with the camera. I decided to use the Inspire's case to launch from as I have done that several times in the past w/o problems. Well, today was a bit different. When I armed the motors the vibration caused the Inspire to slide forward and start to tip forward. This was because there was a very slight slant to how the case was sitting and the yard must have also had a bit of a slant to it. I notices this happen and was afraid of the Inspire flipping and damaging the front two rotors. I decided to go full up throttle and that was the correct decision because the inspire recovered very nicely. I was actually pretty proud of myself too. I was at probably 45 degrees with the nose of the craft off the front of case and almost ready to flip. Once I went full up it took off and righted itself. I'm guessing I got pretty lucky. Not I'm going to be adding some anti slip rubber pads to the top of the case for the feet have a place to grip and this never happens again.