I can't fathom why any truly experienced pilot would crash a multi from being disoriented. If the rig doesn't respond as expected you just stop giving commands if flying in GPS. Short of a malfunction, you have time to sort it out without pushing sticks the wrong way. RC pilots come in a million flavors. It sounds like you haven't flown with the type I am referring to yet. There aren't that many of them out there. Over the last 40 years I have lost count of how many people I have taught to fly RC. Some were immediate prodigies and others were forced to admit they couldn't afford all the crashes. Many doing drone filming now don't understand that the true pioneers in this arena flew helis 100% manually with no flight stabilization. Their flying skills are off the charts. Also tossing about doing stunts at the local AMA field isn't helpful for flying on a movie set.