Has anyone tried to navigate the FAA system to get a COA waiver/exemption? I've looked at the site twice and the lack of coherence of the path to getting a COA waiver is amazingly convoluted and if you follow links (to get your "aircraft" registered), you find you can't actually get the form online but have to request on from an office in Oklahoma city! It's nearly 2015 and we have to request a paper form by snail mail? Then once you register your drone, you then have to complete this PDF (https://www.faa.gov/uas/legislative_pro ... equest.pdf) As you scan through the PDF it is so completely inapplicable to using a 2lb quadcopter, it is almost laughable. TURN RATE = ? I dunno, 360' in 1 sec? Geez. If the FAA really wants to regulate commercial use of small UAV's, they need to spend 20 minutes to create an online application or at least a downloadable for to gather the data they really need. Seems like you would want to know the model of the UAV, intended use, location of flights for the project and other relevant info, not the Class of Airspace, whether there UHF or VHF communication (where is Wifi?), and lost link procedures (haven't found a little pilot in my drone that could communicate with ATC yet). I'm happy to apply for a permit to fly commercially if that is going to be the law of the land, but the FAA needs to be realistic about what they are asking for. The whole idea of registering a 2 lbs UAV is amazingly silly, especially if I can fly it for hobby purposes without it. Guess I'll be doing a lot of hobby video...if it gets donated to a film for no charge, what's the ruling there?