Put aside your ideas about what a drone should look like, and take in these amazingly fantastic Star Wars Battle Quads from Propel. Exhaustively detailed down to the smallest elements, each drone looks just like the vehicle from the films that inspired it.
Editors' note: Originally launched in late 2016 in small quantities, Propel is bringing them back for 2017 in honor of "The Last Jedi." The biggest difference is the app will now let you play through flight simulator training missions. The drones are a little cheaper, too, at $180 (roughly £140, AU$230) each.
In addition to flying each drone on its own, you can gather your friends to battle each other, complete with lasers that let you score "hits" on your opponents.
Propel's designers paid attention to details that Star Wars fans will notice. The engines even glow. Sure, they have rotor blades instead of engines that can carry them into space, but the rotors are transparent and are cleverly incorporated into the design.
If you're more a fan of authoritarian regimes that enjoy conquering an entire galaxy, you can choose to fly Darth Vader's Imperial TIE Advanced x1. Just make sure you do a good job or you might have some trouble breathing.
But maybe you prefer speeding breathlessly through the trees of the forest moon of Endor. In that case, go for a ride on 74-Z speeder bike, complete with an Imperial Scout Trooper figure. And if you can't afford a ticket to Endor, try one of the redwood groves in Northern California.
Each Battle Quad goes from 0-35 mph in three seconds, topping out at 40 mph. Fly carefully, though, as you'll get six to eight minutes of flight from one charge. Fortunately, rechargeable batteries are included.