There are 3 things of critical importance here regarding the H-700.
1) Fuel burn, look at the Navajo Chieftain, at cruise 40 GPH is the norm which gives you 180 Knots.
2) The 700 is a heavy "bird" for a Helio, average empty weight is around 2500 pounds. Most of them approach 2700 pounds..)
3) Why on earth would you attempt to install a $100,000.00 panel in an airplane that you'll never use. I know of very few instances where you fly this airplane in the conditions that require a Citation panel, MFD, MMD, and sophisticated 3-axis auto-pilot. That's just plain nuts in my book. One more item to consider, you will never achieve sufficient cruise numbers to equal 16.5- 18.5 GPH in an airplane with low wing loading. So as far as price, they will be lucky to market it for $135,000.00. In conclusion I cannot for the life of me justify an airplane in the Utility STOL category in Class B airspace being utilized for more than 150-200 hours a year. You had better have a healthy bank account for such endeavors. If the airplane were approved with the Rolls Royce/Allison 250-B17F you just might get away with it, other than that, the current market for specialized airplanes is nearly non-existent.