A better version of it? A damn good one. ......It actually takes up to ten to fifteen minutes for a signal to reach mars from earth. So that's how long the NASA controllers wait when they tell those rovers to move. I mean talk about latency. I can understand why there is still such such a thing as courier data missions for instance. You can imagine the latency trying to transfer the data remotely across the known galaxy. Those types of missions makes perfect sense in hindsight.So that explains why the srv looks like perseverance? Except perseverance can be communicated with a farther distance. I wonder what cellular plan they're rolling with?