After 20+ hours of flying and on my 177th flight I had my inspire drop from 400 feet narrowly missing a subject I was filming. There was no warning, it just dropped. I posted footage of the crash on a previous post and many readers speculated that I'd had a motor failure. When I called DJI USA to get an update on my crashed inspire I was informed that it wasn't covered by warranty because I had turned on the motors in mid-flight. The phone person was apologetic and recognized it doesn't make sense but said but if I read the entire manual I would discover there are two ways to kill the motors while it's flying. Sure enough on page 52 where the manual explains how to do turn the motors off when you land, there is a * that explains "Do not perform a CSC when aircraft is in midair, otherwise the motors will be stopped." Why, why, why would there be a way to kill the motors using the primary flight controls. I was aware that when you landed you can kill the motors but I never realized that it would do this at any height. I'm sure there are reason in an emergency why you would need to kill the motors mid-flight but should that not be a special button that you could never accidentally depress. I am still waiting for my inspire to be repaired but as I think about flying again soon I'm becoming a little paranoid that I'll make the same mistake again. God forbid I have my right control in a "southeast" position and I accidentally have the left control go into a "southwest" position while I'm bringing it down. Does anyone else think this motor kill switch on primary controls is dangerous?