Let me introduce myself. I co-own a company called Public Safety UAS Institute. We teach Part 107 to public safety personnel who are looking to start their agencies UAS program. In the one week school the last two days are actual hands on flight by students for basic operations then we culminate to doing a actual scenario based exercise. We currently utilize Autel XSP units for they are great trainers and work great for our needs. However, Autel is suspending the XSP platform and our company is looking for another to use. We usually have several units for class so as to pair 3 students per machine. <br /><br />This brings me to the Yuneec Typhoon H system. It seems to be a good fit for training public safety and the price point where we need it.<br /><br />I have a few questions however. Currently what are the predominant glitches or issues with the H platform?<br /><br />Also, I have read that aftermarket batteries are better than OEM batteries by far and even provide longer flight times.<br /><br />I also see a dual battery charging hub on Amazon that even discharges the batteries since Yuneec batteries for the H are not intelligent batteries like those on my Inspire UAS. It also seems to dual charge in less than a hour.<br /><br />Thoughts by any of you that have been flying this platform for sometime. Thank you.