I've been a 3DR / DIY type for awhile and I really liked the Solo (in particular the Cable Cam smart shot)... but alas, 3DR just couldn't keep up with the industry. I can't bring myself to buy DJI crap, so I thought I'd give Yuneec a try. My question is Typhon H or Tornado? The catch is that I need to lift a 360 3D VR rig that weighs 2.2 pounds (~1,000 grams), for 12 to 15 minutes. As intriguing as the Typhoon H is, I can't find any info on a recommended max lift weight. None-the-less I doubt it can lift a 2.2 pound 360 3D VR rig (for any length of time). But I'm concerned the bigger (and older) Tornado doesn't have the features the H has (or will have soon). In addition to the 2.2 pounds of lift I also need: 3DR style Cable Cam. I think Yuneec people call it "Curve cable" Does the Tornado have it? Options for optical flow. Option for obstacle avoidance (does NOT need to be a full blown Intel Intelisense system). I do not need waypoint mission planning, as long as I can record a Cable Cam and save it for use later. I'm also considering pulling the guts of the Solo out (pixhawk 2, etc) and installing in a DIY heavy lift frame I have, but that would require a lot of work both in labor and tweaking params and calibrating in software. A huge pain in the arse, and still not a complete solution. Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.