Last Sunday I took my obsidian to Sunnyvale Baylands Park here in California for some flying. This park is dominated by two winged RC so I go there early. I managed to fly around with full battery until the park was riddled with two winged rc. On my 2nd battery I decided to fly around on the side of the field away from the flight path of the two winged. I forgot my ipad so I was limited in flying distance. The side of the field is lined with eucalyptus trees and in one of my fast turns, I miscalculated and sent the obsidian into low lying branches. It made a loud crashing noise that it turned heads towards its direction. I froze and waited for my obsidian to drop to its doom! The obsidian dropped but instead of crashing to the ground it hovered. My fingers were off the controls as soon as it hit. I flew it a few feet infront of me and checked the gimble. It looked ok and I flew the rest of the battery charge. Upon closer inspection the P4P did not sustain any scratches. It did however got pieces of leaves in the air vent of two of its motors. The blades is scratched up but no chips. From the sound of the crash, I couldnt believe that my P4P came out almost with no scratches.