For all of us early Tello purchasers, let's understand the obvious. It appears to be a common way these types of products are now released. It is tedious, complicated, cautious and based on economic decisions. First the product comes out, like the Tello. Acceptance and sales is measured before inventory is increased and support products like batteries and props. You can already see the aftermarket products rushing in to take advantage. Just look at the third party case and battery makers pushing their stuff already, surely annoying to the original product manufacturer as they, like parasites try to cash in on the hype, too. Or perhaps, in some cases, the manufacturer appreciates the supporting products, like cases, which Ryze will likely not produce. It's a waiting game. Then when we get all set up, we wait for Tello 2. Right?