Hello folks! I was hoping I could borrow your expertise to help solve a little problem. Here's my sad story. I was flying my drone, getting some footage as one does, when I lost connection. The drone began a RTH (I was out of sight range), clipped a tree, tumbled, falls, and then just...disappears. It appears dead. No connectivity whatsoever. I've attached the flight log. Looking at the flight log, there are three possibilities: 1. It fell to the ground. The ground has been extensively searched. 2. It is stuck in a tree. Entirely possible, although the last data point shows the drone still falling. There are several possible trees and they are TALL, it's possible the drone is stuck up there and we just don't see it yet. 3. Dunked in the lake. This theory is strengthened by two things. 1. I'm pretty sure the GPS is a little bit off (connectivity is poor in this area, and I've attached an illustration) Compensating for the difference puts the final data point right over the lake. 2. The drone shut off completely right after that point. That makes me think water? So I guess the key question is: does a drone spontaneously shut off when it has a sufficiently hard collision with a tree? Is the spontaneous shutting off a suggestion of a water landing? What does the "Not Enough Force ESC error" message mean? Any help you guys can provide a newb would be much, much appreciated. Thanks!