Hello everyone, I've been reading on this forum and the DJI forum for the last 45 days or so and I love the community you have here, full of great people with similar interests. Backstory - I own a development and creative agency that has about 40 niche clients across the US. We do production work for a number of clients for TV. However in the last six months we are getting more and more requests for drone production work for TV commercials, or manufacturing shots indoors. Currently we have not offered those services and referred them out since we didn't want to pursue the 333 exemption. Now we/I intend on getting our license to operate commercially. Feedback - After countless hours doing research I'm torn between 3 drone companies and of all the forums this forum seems to be the most unbiased out there, which I really appreciate. What we are looking at is the Typhoon H, Inspire 1 v2, or 3Dr Solo (meh). The drone will be used for TV production work, surveying, and could and likely may be used for agricultural imagery since we are in Wisconsin. Of all 3 drones the Solo is nearly crossed off our list, while I like the company and the commercial support, it seems to be the least versatile for creative purposes. We love the Typhoon H because of the hex, versatility with Realsense which will be a huge asset for us in commercial production work. Where I'm lost with it is the reliability of the hardware, ability to be used as a multi purpose drone, and I cannot find much on the agricultural side of it. The Inspire 1 v2 seems to have the credibility as a flagship for production work, the camera systems to support it, and now seems to be an affordable contender when considering investing in multiple drones. Unfortunately and fortunately I'm a relationship guy and tend not to have an Apple phone and a Samsung tablet. So I buy into one system or company and I buy in deep for redundancy and service. Can anyone help clear the air for me thats had practical hands on experience with the Typhoon H against these other two drones? Thank you for taking the time to respond.