Finally got her back guys.
After 7 days stuck in the trees out in the snow/rain/wind/zero to teens degree nights and 20 to 30 degree day temps, remarkably little damage from the whole ordeal. A few very minor dings/dents/scratches and prop is chewed up a little from thrashin' through the branches. But all electronics work fine, no damage to motor, GB or prop shaft; spins up fine. Empennage and LG untouched. All things considered, I am extremely lucky to have her back at all, let alone in such fine shape.
Need some advice on the LiPo though (Tenergy 3S 1350 mAh, fairly new). After a solid week outdoors in the cold, measured .430 V stone cold from the rescue. After 36 hours indoors has rebounded to 3.14 V...still waaaay below minimum voltage. Is this battery toast? Is it dangerous to even have around? Looks completely normal; not puffed or weird looking. I've read about jacking a LiPo up on a NiCad charger to where it will start accepting a normal charge but I aint doin nuthin till I get some informed feedback from smarter guys than me.