Yes, Rick had one for a year and a half now. A six bladed affair. Being photographers, the Go-pro did not have the image quality we were looking for. Mounting a DSLR under the beast reduced the flying time too much and best results were with the Sony NEX system. Had some amazing shots of all the wedding guests on the lawn in front of a manor. (that lead to inquiry about hotel group wanting aerial pics in the lake district) Was great to use for architectural shots of factories and businesses. Fun as a hobby, but for commercial work it is now too regulated. I believe the thing is up for sale. Easy to fly but need some practice!!, broken at least 10 props and 3 arms to get used to it.