Hi all. Sanity checking here, since DJI didn't sound very authoritative... I have an original Mavic Pro (well, I say original, I don't know if it has the updated camera with better 1080p behaviour - it was bought this summer, anyway). I've just picked up the "low-noise quick-release propellers" (8331), and on the second attempt was clever enough to ensure I had two pairs. I've updated the Mavic firmware to the latest, which I believe was required. Does anyone know whether I have to do anything to tell the Mavic that it's running different props? I'm guessing one of the following applies: You don't have to do anything and the Mavic doesn't even know, it just balances dynamically. The Mavic changes its flight profile for the new props (hence the need for a firmware update) but automatically detects that they're present, presumably by flight characteristics. The Mavic changes its flight profile for the new props, but you need to tell it it's got them. I'm just worried about (3). I can't see anything in the app, but the leaflet in the props says "Please refer to DJI - The Future Of Possible to learn how to use this product." - and there's nothing obviously there. I tried tech support chat, but they told me that I had to call after-sales support. I called after sales support, and was told: DJI only support one kind of props for the Mavic Pro. (They don't, as I pointed out - the 8331s are officially supported.) I'll get an email when I need to updated the app. (I said I was up to date.) I don't need to do anything. (Which I'd be more confident in had (1) had a different answer.) I'm 95% sure I'll be fine, I can just switch the props and fly. But since it'll be a little expensive if I'm wrong, and I couldn't find a clear answer online, I thought I'd see if anyone here knows. Cheers!