Pictured below are a few shots of it. I've also attached the controller's tlog. I've not disassembled it yet to dump the dataflash log off the Pixhawk cube. To me, it was seemingly running just fine. Motors sounded smooth, they cogged cleanly when moved manually. I check the auto-analysis in Mission Planner after most jobs, and didn't get any warnings I wasn't expecting (slow loop, etc). The props are fresh Master Airscrew props which have seen 0 abuse (I store/transport them in the microfiber drawstring bag). The battery pack lights even report roughly the same percentage as the last I saw on my remote, so it doesn't seem the battery crapped out. From watching the log playback, I almost want to say I had an ESC brownout and it couldn't recover, or possibly I had a bird-strike. I don't think any prop threw a blade since I recovered all the pieces of the props at the crash site, and I would expect that if a blade got thrown, I wouldn't find it laying at the site of impact. Thoughts? Thanks!