Noooo, I crashed my Easy Star! The body broke at the end of the “cockpit”. This was what happened. I turned on my DX6i and made sure that I had selected the right model. Then I plugged in the battery and waited until binding finished. Throttled up and threw the airplane into the air. Now I applied some elevator to gain som hight, but here is where the error occurred. When I applied up elevator the plane went straight down into the ground. What was wrong. Well obviously for some reason my servos were reversed. But I had used this model before with this radio! What was wrong? Then I remembered that when I added the Blade msr to the DX6i I accidentally started to edit my Easy Star. During the excitement to get the Blade msr into the air I didn’t make sure that I had the Easy Star model setup correctly in the transmitter again.
Lesson learned: Always check that your servos are moving as intended before flying your aircraft!
As a note the Easy Star will be easy to fix with some hot glue and toothpicks.