I am not sure who has or might have experienced this but I experienced a nasty little bug that in my opinion is easily avoidable and yet if not caught could be a major safety issue when props explode form hitting the ground. I have received word back from DJI this is a confirmed bug in the current software as I provided them with flight data logs, detailed reproduction instructions and 3rd party video and the fact that it was easily reproduced on more than one I1. The bug has to do with touch and go landings but with any attempt to slow down the motors (but not stop them) and then taking off. Here is a detailed step by step of how to reproduce and what happens- (WARNING - IF YOU ATTEMPT TO REPRODUCE THIS AND DO NOT TAKE CAREFUL ATTENTION DURING THE RE-TAKE OFF ATTEMPT YOU WILL CRASH YOUR I1. MY RECOMMENDATION IS DON'T DO IT!) land the Inspire 1 from your current flight but do not stop the motors After the I1 has landed using the controller attempt to partially slow down the rate of speed of the motors so that it cannot try to take off or drift etc due to having a reasonable level of lift. take your hands off the controller and in a very short time the speed of the motors will increase on its own. However it is not all of the motors doing this, sometimes its 1 sometimes its 2, maybe even three. At this point on of two things will happen- The I1 will attempt to start to lift on one side which would result in dumping it over on its side The motor speed will increase and the I1 will not go anywhere. If you have experienced #2 then VERY SLOWLY attempt to take off using the throttle and only 2 or 3 of the motors will start to increase speed and one side of the I1 will stay pinned to the ground. Here is a video of what happens - Please listen with audio when watching the video. Note that when you hear the motors slowly increasing in speed my hands are not even touching the controller. I did get a email back confirming that this is an issue however it is EASILY avoidable. Simply if you land and make ANY attempt to stop your motors or slow them down make sure they STOP. Then restart the motors and there is no issues. this post is not to flame DJI or cause and issues for them and I am posting the permission of the person that I was talking with, so please no flame wars. I simply don't want to see or hear of any more broken I1s heading back to ANY of the DJI repair facilities and most importantly allow a bug that is easily avoidable to be known so that we can all keep our birds in the air.