Are people that fly drones aware of the different airspaces and their limitations, etc? I'm asking because all I could see in the forums at a glance is mostly related to FAA restrictions on the use of drones for commercial purposes, but I haven't seen many posts of people talking about airspace, on the contrary, I've seen posts from people flying at 5000+ feet. Anyways, I'm curious about it because while I do recognize that this is a hobby derived from the RC world it's gotten way more advanced and autopilots and GPS nowadays allow for flying without line of sight and that is a game changer. Also, another question I have is, would people here be in favor of regulations when it comes to drone pilots? similar to training to achieve a sports pilot license (maybe not as in depth..) Reason I'm asking is again, because I see many people flying drones in ways/places you're not supposed to and while this is cutting edge technology, and while I don't have data on drone accidents, it seems pretty evident that the accident ratio is elevated.