The more I think about this, the more angry I get. I feel like Yuneec is misrepresenting their product. How is it possible that they are able to restrict the use of a consumer product? We wouldn't buy a car that was restricted to the speed limit; we wouldn't buy an airplane that could only fly in certain areas, we wouldn't buy a home theater receiver that wouldn't exceed a certain volume, and the list goes on and on. The responsibility of the use of a product is ALWAYS in the hands of the end user. If I bought a plane from Cessna, and then flew it into restricted airspace, I couldn't turn around and sue Cessna because they didn't set up a geofence. If someone buys a Yuneec product and then does something stupid with it, LE isn't going to go after Yuneec, they are going to prosecute the end user. I understand that Yuneec wants to be responsible, but we all can't get FAA 333 exemptions to be able to get the necessary firmware to remove the no fly zone restriction. If I called the ATC tower an they said 'Yeah no problem," why isn't that good enough? This is probably pushing people away from Yuneec products and towards the "other guys." I'm sick of having to fly my P3 at the local park because my Q500 refuses to spin the props. If I had known about this, I wouldn't have bought the Q500. I'm surprised there isn't a class action lawsuit against Yuneec. There probably will be eventually.