A small list of issues that I consider deal breakers (#1-3) and I'm less than five days in...
The following reasons are why I will likely take advantage of the 60 day return policy.
1.) Outdoor cameras battery draining issue. All cameras are at FW v220.127.116.111
2.) The lack of notification control for outdoor cameras in off and home modes like the indoor cameras. I've noticed that it's been requested by the community for about a year leads me to believe this won't be implemented and for me this is a very big deal. The snooze feature was a pretty lame attempt to address this glaring shortfall.
#3 isn't actually an issue: If you actually want to check the status of your cameras you go to "Cameras" from the main page and pull down to refresh. If there's any changes to their health the "My System" -> "Camera Settings" page will have updated accordingly as well as the current page.
3.) While recharging an outdoor camera's battery (battery removed) I noticed it still showed a charging icon and 'good' for WiFi on the camera page. So I tried both 'live view' and 'connection test' knowing full well they'd fail. I really did it in the hopes that the camera page would update and show it as offline after the failures, which it didn't. Hours into the recharging effort the camera still showed a charging battery icon and a good WiFi connection despite being offline. Not sure if the solar panel being plugged in had something to do with the charging battery icon though battery not present. But the "Good' indicator for the WiFi connection is just plain wrong. This is also a huge confidence killer. How can I trust what the alarm app is telling me? I know for a fact now that it doesn't necessarily represent the health of the alarm system overall. This one is the worst shortfall of the four listed here.
4.) Latest version of app has a "Video Verification" popup that will not go away despite being enabled.