hi guys! i have a couple questions, i've read a lot about the topic but cant find a direct answer (and please, dont send me to google or lmgtfy, i want to hear the opinion from people with experience with rc) 1 - compared to a helicopter or a plane we are flying tiny little birds, but due to their small size could they be seen in an airport/police radar? 2 - what would happen if one of our tiny little birds hit an airplane or a helicopter? - im pretty sure that crashing our bird to a plane wouldnt cause any thing, but how if the bird is sucked by a motor? - or our bird hits the prop in a helicopter? im asking this because i have read a lot about the regulation in us/uk which kinda sucks, but at the same time is great that you know what you can/cant do with your quads. i live in méxico and there's no regulation about rc, anything, none, nada!... so technically i can fly wherever i want to and as high and far as my antennas allow me to. during my flying experience, nearly two months, i have had to types of encounters with police officers. 1 - the police officer asked me the 5 questions, took pictures and videos of the quad and we were all laughing. 2 - the police officer told me that they saw the quad in the radar (thats why im asking the first question) and that "drones" are prohibitted in méxico and are for the exclusive use of the army (once again, theres no regulation about flying rc in méxico) they tried confiscate the quad and arrest me :shock: i explained them that theres no regulation for flying rc and that drones aren't for the exclusive use of the army, so they said that i was flying in a restriced area due to the heavy traffic of helicopters (i've flown about ten times in the same spot and never say a chopper...) so after arguing/explaining them that im not flying in high altitude and theres no such thing as a "restricted area" they said that it was very dangerous to fly a quad and i could potentially cause a helicopter crash (second question). finally after a long discussion they let me go with my quad... lesson learned and every time i see a cop approaching i hand catch my bird and move to a different location.