I see the price has dropped to $1999 for the Inspire. I just bought a Phantom 4 and I am considering taking it back to get the inspire. I only hesitate as I am concerned that I could be taking a step backward, rather than forward! The Phantom 4 does some remarkable stuff but I am not sure how I can use these new P4 features to make money. Still I am really impressed with how stable the P4 is. Is the Inspire as stable? Camera seems to have about the same specs and of course it is upgradeable, but is it a better camera? Does the inspire have a better lens? What about software does the Inspire allow more features? Does Autopilot or litchi app allow more function such as camera control? I have not been real impressed with panning with the P4 unless I turn the drone very slowly I get more detail loss then what I like. Perhaps the camera turning without the drone turning would solve this ? Can I hover and then only move the camera without having a second controller? I do not really see me using two people one for the drone and another for the camera. I often get the props and even the feet in the P4 video at times, seems like this would go away with the Inspire. Not really sure when and how the feet go up and down, sounds like it may be when it is close to the ground which could be undesirable if flying low. I will be using it professionally and I am not sure exactly what that will be, depending on what is the most profitable, real estate, survey, industry, etc. I am doing a 333 wavier and I am a commercial pilot. Can someone assure me that this will not be a mistake going to the inspire 1? I have read all the specs but I am more interested in real world opinions as to why you would think this is a step forward for me. I just purchased a 27" 5K iMac, 2TB fusion drive to edit video for my drone using final cut pro so I can do a good job with 4K. I am still very much in a learning mode while I am waiting for the 333 wavier and I have a window where I can still return the P4 to Best Buy.