Okay, I'm painfully aware that we are supposed to stay under 400', forget being near airports for now. I thought this was something we all agreed upon. Then, I saw posts saying this is a FAA legal requirement, so is this correct? Back in my flying days, 500' was our lowest level, unless taking off or landing. BUT, the rule over any town or city was a minimum of 1,000'. So, if we are flying within city limits, shouldn't our maximum ceiling be 900'? Am I missing something? The only reason I could think of is that RC operator's might not have enough of an IQ to realize if they were within city limits or not. That is the minimum altitude, but I flew at least 2,000' over a city. My only deviation was for the city's videographer and I flew at 1,000.' I sorta hate the 400' limitation. I'm sure that I'm not alone in loving high altitude photography. Perhaps others are not willing to put it in words. I understand. But, for some reason, it is okay to send a private rocket up to thousands of feet. Why? Some companies get FAA clearance to push their rocket, capsule, satellite, etc. into space. It ain't fair!