I think we can all agree on two points: 1. The FAA's guidelines/rules are way too restrictive and complex for small drones (small UAS). 2. Drones, airports and manned aircraft should avoid one another. Given that drones now outnumber manned aircraft, I believe this whole thing can be simplified in two paragraphs: Drones should be restricted to a 400 foot ceiling, clear of clouds, stay outside of 3 miles of any airport without a letter of agreement with the airport operator, no flight active emergency zones without authority from commander on the ground, and restriction of flight to 150 feet above people, structures, or vessels unless liability insurance is in effect. No IFR approaches for manned aircraft are below 600 feet at 1.7 miles, so UAS and manned aircraft should never exchange paint. Manned aircraft should be restricted to a 500 foot floor outside of airport traffic patterns or within one half mile of heliports. No one should be flying manned aircraft any lower, with the exception of medical/emergency/military helicopters, which should perform a half mile circle at 500 feet before executing a landing or slow flight below 500 feet. Wow! I solved the whole problem!