Hello all, I'm a very new and excited member of the Phantom family and I have to start by saying how darn excited I am to be a Phantom owner. I dream of flying this thing daily. I can't get enough of this new and exciting hobby. Wanted to jump on this forum to discuss a little issue that seems to be a big topic of discussion. Lots of people are talking about FAA, laws, restrictions and outward 'fear' of these things. Some legit, most of them not. I think our Hobby/Profession has a branding issue. I am and have been in the Marketing world professionally for 25 years. I recognize that words are important and peoples perceptions are easily plied by the way things are talked about. Personally, I think we should collectively eradicate the word 'Drone' from our lexicon. It evokes fear, has a deep and exciting history rooted in the military, and overall scares the bejesus out of people. I've heard - 'How easy would it be to strap a brick of C4 onto one of those things and fly it into a stadium?' I respond - 'a lot harder than filling a truck with homemade explosives and setting it off in the midtown tunnel. Lightweight, high explosives are much much harder to acquire...' I hope I'm getting my point across. This hobby is insanely fun. It's pure joy getting shots from perspectives one never dreamed imaginable. The moment 'Drone' comes out of my mouth people get scared. Any thoughts on this? I've been researching the hell out of this and notice the big manufactures do not use the word 'Drone' at all. But press releases, hobbyist and pros alike, are using this word maybe a bit too much. I seriously don't want to sound like the 'thought police' but want to start a discussion that will serve our love of these awesome flying machines more than freak the hell out of others. Thanks for you thoughts!