Anybody ever seen this? My Cinestar 6 is about a year old. Went to do some photos this afternoon, and got a low voltage warning on my MX-20 as soon as I took off. Within 10 seconds I noticed my heli was coming down even at 3/4 throttle. Just before landing my Graupner told me the voltage was 9.0 = WOW. So after landing checked the battery, and it was pretty hot. Made sure I didn't have it hooked up backwards though it seems just about impossible to do with my connectors, and pulled the plug. Battery short?? So I looked for crossed wires, smoke, sparks or smell and couldn't find anything. Hooked up another battery and saw it go from 16.7 to 14v in 20 seconds on my telemetry. Unplugged. Took it home, started MKTools, voltage reading on chart, and plugged in a fresh 16.8v battery. And nothing, stayed at 16.8, so I removed props, and plugged in again. Initialized and started motors = nothing! Never went below 16.2v I jiggle wires and nothing. Remove the FC and the Power Distribution ring and also checked the gimbal wires and only found one place were the wire was exposed on the LED wires, but it wasn't touching anything, or even near another wire. Next I cut off many zip ties and checked under them, and didn't find anything either. So I am a bit stuck. There are some wires I can't see because they are shrink wrapped, but if I have even a hint of trouble that is my next step. This just was so weird, and I couldn't duplicate it. Got to be a short in a small wire, right? Any other ideas, guys?