For what it is, it's great.
The key component is the GPS.
Getting back to the perpetual drone-bomb topic, how long before low-tech non-country players use this method to air-deliver 1-ton bomb loads right onto a target?
Unless you've pre-degraded GPS (which we almost never do, because of civil aviation), your first clue will be when Mohammed FedEx's you a 2000-pound nitrocellulose enema.
This thing is nothing but a cardboard box with wings and a simple brain.
Of course, no one will ever do that with something you could drop from a Cessna 15 miles away.
Let alone from airliners 40 miles away at 25k'.
And if you think one-ton blivets of drugs from the cartels that can be pinpoint-dropped to a waiting van far from the border aren't going to start being a thing, just like semi-submersible coke ships are, I've got a bridge for sale, cheap.
You'll also see them dropping resupply to groups way out in the Middle Of Nowhere, to facilitate human smuggling. You read it here first. (The solution to that is to build the frickin' wall, so they can't get here in group quantities.)
This is going to make air defense and interdiction quite a thing, going forward, at every level.
What goes around, comes around.
Technology doesn't have a side. It merely has applications.