I've read through a few other threads which have indicated that the H (along with other UAVs from Yuneec and other manufacturers) are essentially paperweights if you live within 5 miles of an airport. I haven't seen any updates since the new Part 107 regulations have come out in the United States, so I thought I would bring the question up again since I'm interested in purchasing either an H or DJI product for commercial use. Once certified under Part 107, it will be legal for me to operate in Class G airspace under 400 ft AGL, which includes the airspace surrounding most county and regional airports. However, since my house (and the majority of the city I live in) lies within 5 miles of the county airport, I worry that the H's firmware won't allow me to even start the engines in my own back yard to hover 5 ft off the ground. Similarly, Part 107 will allow operations within Class B, C, D and E airspace with permission from the appropriate ATC agencies. If the current firmware still has a blanket lock out of all operations within 5 miles of any airport, it'll be completely useless as a commercial machine in the US. Even if the lockout is only around "major" or tower controlled airports, the usefulness is limited. Can anyone clarify how the H currently works (or doesn't) near smaller, uncontrolled county or regional airports in the United States? Around tower controlled fields? If the H is still locked out, can someone from Yuneec chime in with their potential plans to accommodate commercial users?