First of all, hello to everyone on this forum, as this is my first post. Hope somebody here has an answer to my problem, as I recently noticed something which looks like a serious threat to the safely of my Inspire. As we all know, the engines of the Inspire are slightly inclined to exterior, also the landing gear on the right and left side. Today I noticed that my right carbon fiber boom (I hope this is the correct title, the carbon arm that support the right side engines) has a slight move left and right, being loose. And that seems to be a serious problem, as it changes the position of the engines, as you can observe in the photos attached. Today I noticed the right boom is not inclined to exterior and I move it very slowly in the correct position, using as example the position of the left carbon fiber boom, and I had no problem flying. But this seems a serious problem and I don't want to check the positions of the booms every flight, as we're talking of only few milimeters of difference. Also I believe the angle of this booms should be calculated precisely, by a computer, not just fixed by hand. The Left Carbon Fiber Boom doesn't move at all, also the seal of the Right Carbon Fiber Boom presents sings of usage, as the boom is slowly turning left and right. How can I fix this problem ? Do I need to contact DJI Service ? Hopefully there is a way to fix this without having to send my bird to DJI Support Europe, as it will keep me off flying for at least 4 weeks. Otherwise my Inspire flies great, no problem so far, please have a look at the photos and let me know if you have a solution to fix this problem. Thanks.