I use a DJI Phantom 4 Pro for some light commercial applications, and real estate photos and video. I have used a Yuneec for a short time and liked the features and the way the camera is handled along with the retractable landing gear. Since all the business applications are seeming to use the DJI Mavic Pro as a "standard", Although it only has a 12MP camera, the comparative Skydio 2 specs results seemed to show its worthiness. I was impressed with all the unbiased and thorough comparison specs with the Skydio 2.
I too would like to get some hardware, and perhaps software, that is USA owned, especially considering the current climate with China and our leadership. Since they are partnering with AirMap, I would expect great things to come about and perhaps a camera upgrade for those of us who need that extra in the larger scale commercial applications, as they mention municipal first respondents and similar activities. I just hope that the partnership may develop a sort of compromise so the expensive Airmap applications and benefit those who don't need all the detail and can limit its resourcefulness to way-points and some other related features for autonomous programming. Also, if it is that successful, unfortunately, it will take a while for the third party hardware and software vendors to accept and come up to speed with accessories and applications. I have already discussed this with an insurance inspection vendor, for example, and they are interested to see, but not yet considering any quick changes to endorse the Skydio 2.
And, yes, I am in the first roll-out looking forward to November :)