We received our early release dealer Typhoon H from Yuneec and are pretty impressed with the RealSense. We posted some pictures of the package on our Product Page. The Good: - Works just like the demo in January. This is actually pretty nerve racking because it comes very close to obstacles. We have a wooded lot at our location and it was able to navigate through trees spaced about 4 feet apart. - Seems to work better with the Wizard than with the ST16. Walking, running and trying to confuse the unit proved difficult. - Speed seems to be much better than with the original obstacle avoidance. Running at about 10mph through obstacles was completed with ease. The Bad: - Directions for operation are limited. We found (eventually) that it will only work when Obstacle Avoidance is on. Makes sense. We tested in Smart Mode with 'Watch Me' selected. - The H tends to seek a higher altitude when using the RealSense. You start at 10ft and without input it manages to creep to 20ft. Altitude is very accurate now with the downward Acoustic Sensors. We tested this first indoors to see if the downward camera was operational. The camera (used to maintain position) does not seem to be operational yet but the acoustic sensor is spot on, hovering at 12in indoors. - It did not see Utility lines until it was too late. It survived due to its robust design, only chipping 1/2in from one of the blades. The claim is that small branches are sensed with the RealSense and to be fair, a utility line is not a small branch. During testing small branches did not seem to be a problem with their irregularity, but the uniform, horizontal, black utility line spanning between telephone poles proved difficult for the RealSense algorithm and was not picked up until possibly after collision. This will likely be improved upon with later firmware releases. Synopsis: The RealSense unit lives up to the hype and delivers a capable unit only in need of minor refinements to be flawless. We were impressed and that is not easy to do. Now if Yuneec can only keep up with demand. We will release videos of the RealSense in action soon. Check out our YouTube channel for updates.