The main emphasis of this warning is that you may think you are buying a freefly product. You aren't. Despite already voicing my concerns, freefly still seems very happy to allow their customers to believe otherwise. The "Tero" is called the Tero only in Freefly marketing videos and on the freefly store. Publicly it is the "Tero" As soon as it is delivered by Fedex then it's about time you get used to its new name "Baja". And the new company you should deal with: "HPI" Freefly Modified an RC car, called it a Tero, and then after you buy it they really don't want to hear from you. They do not sell batteries or chargers, so you should look elsewhere for those. Basically any support requests are taken seemingly reluctantly, at every possible instance Freefly will politely refer you to the "Baja" manual, or "please contact HPI" The "TERO" part is really just the stabilisation platform the Freefly made. That is the Tero. If Freefly made it very clear from the start that they developed a stable platform to fit onto a 3rd part product and sold it as such it would all be a different story.