Can somebody in Yuneec please tell us your philosophy regarding worldwide distribution please? I'm in Australia, but this problem seems to apply to all countries outside the USA, although to a lesser degree in Europe. Apologies in advance to all my new friends in the US, I'm not "having a go" at you, but this situation is now beyond a joke and, although you have no interest in my post... (Just another whinger), I would ask you to put yourselves in our position. I thought the wait for the delivery of the Typhoon H itself was interminable and extremely frustrating, clearly made more so by sites such as this, where we can see "live" the chat going around the world, of people announcing their latest parcel arriving or store pickup. I was lucky enough to collect my unit on the last day of May here in Melbourne, but understand that other areas of the country were much later than this. Spare parts, any spare parts, are yet to arrive down under... Especially batteries. However, today, I'm reading of people of some in the US receiving there 2nd charger! ... This on top of others complaining how tricky it is to 'get by' with only 5 batteries. We've been flying on one battery each for 4 weeks, and counting. Some argue about the sheer volume of customers in the USA, and I understand that view, however, if we're only a tiny percentage by comparison, surely it wouldn't be that difficult to put together a small container to at least supply some urgently needed accessories. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the fact that I've got my H, and I'm greatly enjoying my flight experiences.... But having to limit my sessions to 18/20 minutes is getting very tiresome. I'd love to travel to some very picturesque locations around here, but not with just one battery. This is way longer than I intended, and if you've read this far thank you.... Better still, if you, dear reader are someone in the Yuneec hierarchy...... PLEASE GIVE US A BREAK and give us what we need.... I'm sick of calling my dealer every few days, and I'm know I'm not the only one. It surely can't be the price we pay by comparison down here, if that were the case we'd be the first supplied! Over to you... Throw us some crumbs, please.