They upset a lot of potential buyers with this one -- at one point Aeromecanic had 80 orders backed with deposits, and that is just France.
That fell to 10 when the price jumped, and now to zero.
If the Skycatcher had a MTOW of 472 kg with parachute, it could be classified an ultralight and, depending on the dollar / euro / yuan exchange rates, be competitive.
There are no certificates required for that, owners are responsible for their own maintenance, and can fly from any field they like, with the landowners permission of course.
But, starting with the engine, it is just too heavy.
It is funny though, in a company like Cessna, you would have thought someone would know how to use the web and find the rules and regulations before unleashing the marketing department.