I just helplessly watched my Inspire crash into the dirt. First, quick background on me, I have been flying collective pitch RC helicopters on and off for 15 years. I have been flying a FPV Flip quad for the last couple of years as well. I only received the Inspire yesterday from Coptershop, but I have been all over the forums learning all I can about the Inspire for several weeks. I have read about the accidents and about the possible reasons for those losses. I felt that with careful calibration and decent pilot skills the Inspire would be fine. So, in short Yes, the quad was calibrated all of the data IMU, compass, were in line. Props were triple checked because I have spent a prop before and I am very concerned with it. First flight went fine, no issues what so ever. I was 10 minutes into the second flight when the inspire completly failed. The quad was hovering around 10 feet in front of me with an altitude of maybe 15 feet It had been there for around 15 to 30 seconds. When it failed, my hands were not even on the sticks. The Inspire did a complete 360 end over end and fell to the ground. Something not possible in GPS or ATTI mode. I did try to correct but there was not time. Surprisingly the physical damage was very minor. all Props broke (But still nice and tight on the shaft), camera came off of the mount but did not break and both arms are tilted maybe 5 degrees outwards. The mental damage is severe. I no longer trust this thing. I have already contacted DJI and am sending the unit to them so that they can review the flight logs. I can't warn you fellow pilots enough, something is still not right with these Inspires. I believed the issue was people buying these things that had little to no experience with RC aircraft in general. Im telling you that its more than that. I do not believe that I was recording at the time of the crash but if I was, I will upload the video later tonight.