So the question has come up in my business of where the UAV industry stands in the eyes of the FAA. A couple questions arose this morning and I am wondering what everyone's take is on them? 1. If the UAV is being classified as an aircraft by the FAA, what does this mean for the interference of a professional UAV flight. If I interfere with a helo I could get in real big trouble and in a lot of cases it is a felony. 2. There seems to be this "Sink the Drone" game I keep hearing about when helo pilots see a drone they want to wash it and cause it to crash. Does the same rules that apply to me (like shining a laser at an airplane or helo, not that I would) apply to the pilot and where is the accountability? Seems to me that the FAA is a little reluctant to deal with this yet. Interfering with a UAV can be dangerous as it could cause it to crash and hurt people or worse. Hmmmmmm! Thoughts?