Now that I'm a P2 Vision+ owner for several months, I often find myself thinking about ideas about how the drone industry will evolve. Amazon looks quite determined to make drone delivery work. They've already threatened to move offshore with drone operations if the FAA won't cooperate. I read the autobiography of CEO Jeff Bezos and this guy is like a pit bull when it comes to getting what he wants. If I was an FAA board member, I'd be scared of this dude. One way or the other, he's gonna make it happen. Along that line, I was thinking one cool idea is to have people sign up to be "dropoff stations" for these Amazon Air drones. It's going to be a total nightmare trying to maneuver a large commercial drone into tight spaces like a large city or suburbs. So I think Amazon will probably start developing drop stations where their drones can easily land to deliver items, and then customers will have to drive to these drop stations to pick up their items. Amazon sort of already does this with their "Amazon Locker" service where items are delivered to a 7-Eleven store that has an Amazon locker inside it. You walk inside and enter your order # and secret password and the locker opens up so you can get your item. I tried this when I was in Washington DC recently and it worked great! I live in a ravine with big trees around my yard and driveway, so it would be close to impossible for a large Amazon drone to land safely. However, I have neighbors around me with wide open yards that could easily accomodate a big drone, and any one of these people could sign up to be a "drop station" with a big locker installed at the end of their driveway and receive a small fee for every package they accept for other customers. Then, I would simply drive to one of these nearby drop stations to pick up my package. If you take it a few steps further, anyone who signs up to be a dropoff station could use their locker for any retailer they want, not just Amazon. Once commercial drones become popular, then a locker could be used to store items delivered by Wal-Mart, Walgreen's Pharmacy, Pep Boys, Starbucks, etc. Think of all the possibilities, and everyone makes money. This really could work and make Amazon Air a real possibility within a few years. What do you think?