I am clueless as to why DJI continues to force FAA certified pilots to live under their Geo-Fencing code. We know where to fly legally. Last week I had a commercial project that was fully authorized by the ATC, and was in a 400' AGL LAANC area near a Class D airport. DJI's Fly Safe showed my area as a 'altitude' zone on an approach path (not ILS, since it was a SECONDARY landing strip). I was unable to leave the ground with my my Inspire 2. The crazy online authorization simply was not working as I had hoped. So I pulled out my Air 2S and it took off without hassle, BUT would not go above 195' AGL because of the 'altitude' zone. WHAT?!?!? I had FAA ATC formal authorization to fly up to 400' AGL. Who is DJI to overrule the USA airspace authorization when the FAA is solely responsible for its management? This has happened too many times to pro pilots using DJI equipment. We know where to fly. We understand the airspace, and fully appreciate the rules and the importance of safety for all in the airspace. What does DJI continue to employ Geo-Fencing for FAA certified pilots and their aircraft? It is truly frustrating!