So, I'm considering making a first step into the thermal imaging market by targeting residential solar installation inspections. Why residential? Well, sure I'd love to work on a 20MW solar farm but there are not that many of those and it's likely that most are already under contract with inspection firms or have in-house programs. There are zillions of residential solar installations that have been around for long enough to need inspections to assure they are still performing correctly. Secondly, stepping up to commercial warehouse, schools, thermal roof inspections, etc work after getting experience and a portfolio in residential seems to make sense to me (at the moment). It would seem the upcoming M2EA with a 640x512 radiometric sensor would be a reasonably economical first aircraft for the purpose. I just wish it had a FLIR sensor so I could use the FLIR toolset instead of the toy-like DJI thermal tool. Anyway, FYI, I have Part 107, a Level 1 Thermographer cert from long ago (pre UAS), a private pilot license, an engineering degree from long, long ago, and live in a major metro area. Thoughts? Anyone else doing similar? Thanks!