What's all this about having to get licences and pilot training. If you're a hobbyist and not earning money from flying aren't you allowed to fly without having to sit an exam?
Sorry Science Flyer, you appear to have to some strange hangup on quality and people who can actually afford a better quad. I've had dozens and dozens of quads pass through my workshop and I've seen a lot of disgusting workmanship and some atrocious soldering in cheap Chinese quads. Take the Aosenma 035. They literally jammed a GPS unit into the controller so that it could do Follow Me etc. The controller was never designed to have a GPS unit in it, but that didn't stop the butchers from making it a feature.
How about the gimbal used in the same quad. To save money they used servos to drive it, really cheap and nasty servos. I've never heard of anyyone saying how great they are, or even that they're mediocre. There are exceptions of course and from what I've seen the Bugs quads and Hubsans are better quality.
I have to wonder which car you drive and if you use the same logic with everything you purchase. Cheaper isn't always better or a better investment, in fact it rarely is.
Did you edit the crash out of your Amazing video? Tell me, have you actually watched any of the videos made by DJI flyers? Did you happen to notice any differences in the video quality? There are thousands upon thousands of them available on the Net. You really should do yourself a favor and watch a few. It'll give you a better understanding of why so many people fly DJI.
By the way, you really should keep a closer watch on where your quad is flying. It crashed way off to the right and somewhat behind you. Maybe a spotter would be handy.
There's no problem with saving money if you aren't sure you want to get into a thing but once you've decided you really have more than a passing interest it's worth buying nice or buying twice (as we often hear on the electric skate forum as well)