Just found this forum. Lots of good information so far. I live in Colorado, near Colorado Springs. I'm seriously pursuing being a commercial UAS pilot. I passed the 107 on 8 October. I have two Phantom 4's (gotta have a backup). And am looking into what niches would be best for me, in terms of what types of work I can be good at, and what type of demand there is in my area. My day job is/has been a software developer, but I'm wanting to get out away from the desk, at least some of the time. I have had some experience as a semi-serious hobby photographer, I'm a ham radio operator, and I once studied to become a private pilot (just a couple of hours short, actually). So, much of my experience has been leading me to this, it seems. At least I hope it helps. As a side note, when I took the FAA exam, at a flight school, they were encouraging me to come back and finish my Private license and maybe become a flight instructor for them (eventually). My biggest problem with becoming a UAS professional will be marketing myself. Always the hardest part for me.