Ok, i am completely new to the drone arena and am stoked about this as a new hobby but before i ever buy anything i research the heck out of it. I've read amazing amounts of horror stories about the Karma, but as a new pilot(?) i really liked the simplicity it offers to a newbie compared to something like the Mavic Pro. It seems after looking at countless amounts of footage, a majority of the flyaways were in residential areas or built up industrial areas where corrupted signals seemed plausible. I plan on being in an open area miles away from any type of electronic interference but am still leery about losing a +$1000 investment. Am i being paranoid about flying this? Does anyone have a percentage ratio of amount sold to ones that have issues? 1%? 5% 10%? I don't plan on spending my entire flying time miles away from civilization, eventually after lots of practice i'd like to get some footage around my home but am not only concerned about crashing or a flyaway due to a software or hardware issue but the legal ramnifications if there was a property or personal injury issue. Do you insure these under a homeowners policy or some type of liability insurance? Thanks, any and all feedback is greatly appreciated.