DJI has put some effort into the tandem flight team layout for the inspire, plan on it staying that way. a good general belief is when we get way-points and poi follow me and all that jazz comes out, we will program a mission then focus 100% on flying the camera by our selves not needing a second person and we can get better shots on our own. i foresee a problem, i think it's highly unlikely when we put in a flight pattern into the inspire, push execute and it goes off on it's marry way all by its self all of the sudden the transmitter controls are going to switch around so your controlling the gimbal with the sticks (like the person with the second remote would be) it would be great if this happened but i wouldn't count on it. what i think our reality will be is this: even though the inspire is flying it's self around your still going be stuck using that stupid dumb ass wheel on the front and alternating between up,down and left, right like we are now. im willing to bet money on it. if DJI did what i explained in the second paragraph they would be eliminating the need for a second remote they can charge 600 dollars for... they aren't gunna program themselves out of revenue. that dumb gimbal wheel is hard to use in multiple directions in any situation, it's to slow jerky and lacks all fluent seamless control, whether your flying the aircraft or not, i think the video results and level of difficulty is going to be the same even with autonomous features. we are not going to get this new level of freedom to try shots we wouldn't before, like the simple act of panning up and to the left at the same time or in any diagonal direction, this simple but critical lack of control is what forces us to use a second person and is the biggest failure of the inspire, way worse then no-fly zones. if the retard wheel was replaced standard joystick from atari back in the 1980's in the same spot on the remote we wouldn't be in such a rip for ground station for easier filming control thinking it's going to solve our problem. i'm pretty sure this will remain a headache until the inspire isn't the new thing anymore and 3rd party development kicks in. until sdk starts doing stuff your still going to need 2 remotes, probably 1 person with 2 remotes around their neck quickly switching between them... does that sound like fun to anyone? no, it's retarded. 1 person, 1 remote that does flying and camera operation easily and the inspire will never be intentionally set up that way by dji. if it was their plan they would have already done it, they could change it but they wont.