Folks, I've done a fair amount of research on the boards, and would appreciate your opinion on the best official looking documents to carry with you when you are flying your Phantom, in case you get approached by law enforcement. (I'm based in the U.S.) I find that some locales have vague rules on whether I can fly or not (i.e. privately owned, but city maintained parks within a city limit, where they haven't ruled out model helicopters, but the city has a negative view on UAV) My concern is an overreaction by some uniformed rural police officer in the area I live, some ignorant security guard, or an overreacting park official. Even if carrying around some printed out FAA regulation or court case carries no legal bearing whatsoever on my right to fly, I want it to simply have the appearance of approval, or the appearance that I am informed. My primary goal is that if anyone with authority of force tries to a) stop me b) confiscate the drone or c) arrest or detain me, that I have something on had that makes them think twice -- at least about b) or c). I've traveled in many parts of the world where irrelevant but seemingly important documents have kept me out of trouble. I was planning on reading FAA Regulation 7610.4, but I can't find a PDF version online. And I was hoping to find the court case referenced here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-0 ... t-faa.html Even though my flying isn't for commercial use. Also, would like to have a copy of the text on this statement: "(Congress recently took away the FAA’s authority to regulate model aircraft operated for hobby or recreational purposes.)" Cited in this article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/johngoglia/ ... ilot-case/ But haven't had luck on finding these. Any (constructive) input would be appreciated. Again, I'm simply looking for a number of official documents to carry on hand, which would be supportive if stopped while flying my drone. Regardless of personal views on the FAA and these regulations, I doubt any of us would want our brand new P2V+ seized by someone, whether they have the authority to do it or not. Thanks.