I was in the middle of landing, with the front landing gear already touching the ground, when RTH kicked in and thrusted the Inspire forward. The props caught the ground and flipped the entire unit over. The motors continued to stay on. Some were chopping the ground and others were attempting to spin but couldn't move while on the ground, potentially burning up over time. This continued happening while the unit was entirely on its back. Now shame on me for not canceling the RTH or landing sooner, but I was already partially on the ground. It seems like this could be improved in a number of ways. For starters, if the bottom sensor picks up that the unit is basically on the ground, RTH should probably cancel automatically. Additionally, if the unit is on its back, the motors shouldn't continue running while causing more damage. Thankfully my Inspire is fine this time, but I could see this leading to a bigger issue for me or someone else in the future. Anyone else have similar RTH issues or problems when the unit continues running after a crash?