Anyone have a chance to play with the failsafe changes noted in firmware update v1.3.0? The release notes indicate that there is now an option in Failsafe mode to land the aircraft at the current location and altitude. In particular, I’m curious what the aircraft does when it commences the 10 second Low Battery RTH failsafe feature. The reason why I ask? I recently crashed my Inspire because of that feature. I believed that the aircraft would give you a full 10 second warning before commencing the low battery failsafe RTH; however, I now understand that under FW v1.2.1.06 the aircraft starts to ascend while the 10 second warning is counting down. This is contrary to what the instruction manual states. This would be no big deal if one had unobstructed skies, but I was under a tree at the time, flying at about 5 feet under branches at about 10 feet. I frantically tried to cancel the RTH with my right hand on the tablet while the trying to land the craft with the left. Unfortunately, it didn’t respond to my down stick input to land and I didn’t cancel the RTH in time before it struck the tree and fell to the ground. In all, I only had about 2-3 seconds to react and so I feel that RTH was the primary cause for my crash. I could have easily landed or canceled the RTH had it given me a full 10 seconds to cancel before commencing the ascent. So back to my question: Can anyone tell me more about the changes to the low-battery RTH failsafe, if any? I’m likely to receive news from DJI service any day now on whether they will fix my bird under the warranty. I feel I have a good argument as the aircraft did not provide the 10 second warning before commencing the flight home as the instructions indicate. I think my argument gets stronger if this is something they have changed in the latest firmware update and so I could use some help understanding what has changed, if anything. In any case, all Inspire pilots should familiarize themselves with these settings and should practice using them. One might even consider turning them off as I now understand that is an option as well. This is the second Inspire I’ve crashed because of that setting. I take the blame for the first one, but it shouldn’t be too much to ask for them to give you the full 10 seconds before taking the craft out of your control.