Hey guys, I just received my Inspire about an hour ago after what seemed like an interminable wait. Here are my initial impressions on the unit and accessories - no flight time yet. The case is awesome, smaller than I expected, with a nice embossed DJI logo and textured finished as you all saw. I would buy it in a second if it weren't included, an absolute must in my opinion to transport the Inspire, especially once you see the quality and complexity of the build and design of this bird. Build materials are top notch. Everywhere I expected fake metal/plastic, I'm seeing aluminum or what looks like magnesium. I guess a significant part of the steep price went into these high quality materials. From the face of the remote that's all magnesium, to the machined roller dials on each side, to the aluminum arm for the device holder, to the body of the camera, everything is metal (I think) and feels incredibly solid and refined. (see Inspire-12.jpg). The Inspire itself is slightly smaller than I expected, not that much larger than my Blade QX350 (yeah, talk about an upgrade!). It's the props that are humongous! (see Inspire-9.jpg). The remote is massive, feels heavy and solid in your hands. Top quality build and materials again. It's Apple-like in design and build quality. Check out that machined device holder (Inspire-7.jpg). There is some serious industrial design involved in this thing. Radiators beneath each motors (Inspire-10.jpg), air intake on the front of the camera (Inspire-4.jpg), cooling fan in the back of it (Inspire-5.jpg), the inner skeleton frame with the infinite screw and the steel(?) connecting arms (Inspire-13.jpg). The only thing I'm not too fond of is the landing gear. There is some shock absorption through the small white pistons of the triangular legs, but not much. I would think that any hard landing will propagate a lot of force to the carbon fiber arms and skeleton. The package includes a few foam cutouts to apply to the sides of the battery in cold weather, to isolate it and keep it warm I guess. Everything was well packaged and protected when it arrived. The main battery and remote were charged at about ⅔. Repair costs on both the Inspire and the remote will likely be high. They are built not only to be solid, but also to look fancy. There could have been a lot more plastic here and there. Nothing will be cheap to replace. I'm incredibly impressed with the whole kit, an amazing feat of engineering you have to admit, despite the delays, miscommunication, etc. Now, I'm just waiting for my battery to complete charging and for some decent weather (-4F up here in Canada). I guess I'll be taking off indoors, and landing, and taking off again... and landing... for the next couple of days. Hope you all get yours soon! Cheers.