1. Can you share more info about that update? What's actually planned? 2. Would you add a feature that would allow to use billboards with dynamic batching that would be updated dynamically by ambient light (dynamic GI) (light probes like for other dynamic objects or some global input)? I've already reported this issue some time ago. Is this included in this re-factor? (to moderators: it's not some random bugfix request, as its related to thing that's actually listed in the beta's information preview thread, thank you ) At this moment, when the usage of light probes for SpeedTree billboards is turned off (it must be turned off to still use dynamic batching), all SpeedTree billboards use static lighting from the moment when the GI data was baked. When the ambient lighting is changed, billboards are not affected. They are always using same, static lighting. In effect you can,for example, have tons of bright billboards on the screen, even if sky is dark, because they still use the input from the moment when the data was baked (in this case it was baked when the sky was bright/daytime). In short words: from my tests it looks like it's not possible to have dynamic time of day with SpeedTree billboards (standard, old Unity trees probably too) if you want to use dynamic batching for them (light probes usage turned off). It would be nice to have a feature that would just simply add dynamic lighting to the billboards and still allow them to use dynamic batching. Maybe one global light probe for all trees would work? But what about scenes where trees are placed in different environments (lets say caves/underground). They would still be problematic with this approach (global light probe is placed above the ground (daytime) and billboards that are placed underground still use it so they are bright)? Maybe there is some way to have dynamically batched billboards that would still use the nearest light probes like other dynamic objects so the ambient input would be correct for them?