So, all of us active on this board just spend $1300 for camera that flies. It comes with a cardboard box to carry it around in. The Q500 4K (for $400 - $500 less) came with a decent carry case. Albeit you cant take it on a plane but at least its not a cardboard box. The camera, for some, has a few chinks that need to be worked out. The lens is just ok, and to improve it we should spend another $140. Again, the Q500 4K lens presents a flat aspect right out of the box (for considerably less money). Extra batteries? Nope. Ability to use a fast charger.....go mod the one that came with the $1300 system. I dont understand why Yuneec decided to go with a new camera when the existing one works fine. Why change the battery connection configuration away from an industry standard to something proprietary. I would have still paid them my $1300 if those two things weren't changed. Having a Q500 4K, I can make these comparisons. I can also make a few arguments on the other side of the coin. The Q500 4k begins to struggle in winds over 10mph, the "H" can easily take on 25mph winds the Q500 4k loses a prop or motor, forget it, its all over. The "H" can survive short one means of propulsion. Are those two things worth $500? To me, yeah, kinda. These are the things that I have noticed with my experience. I just kind of scratch my head and wonder sometimes.