Howdy all, Looking at a first "real" drone purchase (I've had several cheap drones in the $250 USD range). I've mainly been looking at the DJI options, but the price point combined with poor cameras, as well as my inclination to not buy the "common" brands is scaring me off. The goal here is to find something both for personal and potentially professional use, but reasonably priced enough that if it's unsuitable for professional use I haven't completely overbought for personal use. I've been reading a lot of reviews of both the DJI Inspire Pro, Yuneec Tornado and the Typhoon H, and haven't been able to overcome a few concerns. The big things that I'm worried about are: Transmission distance, RTH height setting, video quality, photograph distortion due to camera FOV. The fact that Yuneec offers hexacopters at the mid-grade consumer level is very attractive, as in some cases the unit would be operated over private property adjacent to the subject to create enough overlap, so a mechanical failure would cause some issues. I've also not been able to find any detailed information on the GPS unit in the Yuneec models, as far as if it is GLONASS compatible, if it's L1 only or L1/L2, or if it makes use of WAAS. From what I understand, the camera on the Typhoon cannot be detached and used on a handheld gimbal, which does reduce the value somewhat from a personal standpoint, though it might just be that it will have to serve as a stepping stone until I can go in for a Matrice 600 or a comparable Yuneec offering. Any insight on actual field use would be appreciated; the main functions I'm looking for are: 1. Aerial mapping (photogrammetry, and potentially crop health analysis using FLIR if a robust enough market exists) 2. Amateur videography/photography Thanks!