Ironic timing that my Inspire arrives today - the day after the official iOS app arrives (great) but coinciding with a real surge in people reporting erratic behaviour and serious near misses (not great). My question is - is this a very serious issue, or are we just seeing only the unlucky small % of reported 'bad cases' (given that one migrates to forums to share grief)? I have sold all my quadcopter gear from the last few years to invest in this Inspire, and one of the main reasons is for a system that works, out of the box, that I can trust. My last copter became a bit of a frankenstein with all the things I put on it, and I lost confidence after a few compenent failures. I've flown in Atti mode plenty (although on a less powerful copter with Naza speed limitations), so I'm not scared of doing that - but it does rather defeat the point of the Inspire. So much of the Inspire is marketed on its superior GPS and position holding etc, that to only fly it Atti is a bit defeatist. It eliminates many of the features of the system, including dynamic home point etc. So far, all I've read is - don't use auto take off, don't use auto land, don't trust GPS mode. It's not very inspiring, to be perfectly honest. Are these problems, on the whole, down to people not being careful enough in GPS mode (flying super fast and then panicking when it doesn't stop - ie it randomly dropped into ATTI mode) or perhaps down to not calibrating or doing proper pre-flight checks? Or are they a genuine BUG - in which case I'd have expected a bit more communication from DJI to tell us what to do. I don't mind if my Inspire floats off in the wind a bit in the first few flights - I understand that that is just physics (in atti mode) But I don't want it doing 360 backflips or flying off at 50mph/45 degrees towards my face or people's property. I've spent enough time rebuilding broken quads and climbing trees, and this next stage in my hobby is about trusting the equipment to the point where I can actually enjoy the videography. It will pain me to keep her grounded for any longer than is necessary, but I will be inconsolable if it smashes to pieces on its first flight.