Goggles are no doubt the best FPV solution for flying a drone in strong daylight (rather than putting your head inside a big square sun-blocking box...). It is also more fun to use because the viewing angle is much larger. The current best solution (which I currently use with my Phantom) is a standard good quality eye-adjustable goggles (cost about US$10), plus Litchi app (costs about US$23). Regretfully, DJI did not offer an app which allows split-screen view (a must for using standard goggles with a smartphone inside). Also, there is nothing better than Litchi app by any other 3rd party. Now with the Mavic Pro, DJI announced "DJI goggles". Limited specs were released but enough to understand that it will consist electronics (connecting directly with the drone) and possibly also the display. This means it will be quite expensive (usually the gross margin of DJI is quite high, especially on accessories). My question: Will DJI continue to not-release a split screen feature on the DJI GO app so as to 'force' people to buy the expensive DJI goggles? My hope is that DJI will release this feature on the next DJI GO release, even at an extra cost (matching Litchi app cost). And my hope is that DJI goggles (when will be released?) will offer something more advanced than what I can achieve today with standard goggles plus Litchi. Hope to get a formal, honest and direct answer from DJI (rather than speculations from other readers here).