I am very confused by the requirement for a second controller. Why can't this job be done with an ipad or iphone? The biggest flow is that they didn't include a POV forward (fixed) facing camera for the operator. In the videos they show one controller with a map and another with the camera view. How are you not going to hit that tree or navigate around the building you are shooting? It seems to limit any usage to line of sight, but even LOS is not suitable for getting the shots, if you can see it at 50 ft you can't judge position and depth accurately enough for close flying. They make a 3k photographic tool aimed at prosumers and then don't include a cheap 640 forward looking camera. They have a down facing camera for postion hold. If they had a forward facing camera and the camera operator it would be a very compelling offering (regardless how low resolution the forward camera was). Also, for camera movement, what was up with the live stream? It seems horrible, did they really not have a camera operator? It looked like someone running a phantom 2 vision+ on their own horrible alighment and overshoots. Can't wait for the user reviews but question the utility of this over a phantom 2 with FPV and gopro. A Actually, the FPV fixed camera is even more important as with 360 camera control you have no idea what you are about to run into. Even LOS it's a huge issue to know how far you are from the tree to fly between them or up and over (or over a ridgeline). I am so confused by this omission. Anyone have any ideas? Also, I get they want to sell more controllers but this seems odd. A phone accelerometer would be such a great low cost tool for the camera operator to have smooth control, much smoother than sticks and app could have so many cool interfaces in software to autosmooth movements etc based on user thresholds.