Hi guys, I had a prop or motor failure over the ocean a few days ago, my inspire spun out of control and splashed down. I spent half a day suba diving trying to recover it (in order to retrieve data) but I failed to find it. I also discovered that in the flight record section of the DJI app (where you view and replay flights) there is no way to toggle on your current smartphone GPS location when viewing historical flights, this would make retreval a lot easier in the event you need to backtrack. Having failed to locate the inspire, is the flight data captured in the app and sync'd to cloud of any use to DJI for diagnostic purposes? Looking at the footage cached in the DJO Go app and slowed 8x I can see a prop/motor stuck while the rest spin attempting to regain flight. The props were genuine DJI 2nd generation twist lock, all fine and secure at pre flight check. I even kept little cloth bags over the motors when stored in the original foam case so bits of foam that broke loose didn't get into the motors. Battery was fully charged and only had 6 charge cycles. My inspire had been a rock solid performer until this crash. Here is the footage of my doomed flight..