Here is an interesting article about how the aviation industry is looking at the RPAS issue. Curiosly they use the Phantom 3 as example of a very capable and dangerous aircraft. http://www.ihsairport360.com/articl...t 06_02_15&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua As a professional pilot but as well as a Phantom 3 owner I would like to see this activity regulated correctly, without limiting the fun and excitment and freedom of the drone flying but making sure people safety is guaranteed. We all have a say on this with smart and wise flying and trying to spread around the comunity a good and respectful use of the RPAS. I think hobby drones and commercial aviaton can nicely live together but it is important that people respect local regulations. Stay away from airports or restricted areas, fly below 400 feet, avoid populated areas and avoid overflying people. The world is really big to fly and film besides those restrictions Regulations are better than a ban.