For those of you who are "current" as Part 61 certificate holders (current as in BFR in last 24 months etc) if you elect to take the Part 107 Online Test and pass it (and you will LOL) you'll have to take the next step and get your credentials certified. If you live close to a FSDO you can make an appointment there to get this done. But if you're like me and live a LONG way from the FSDO you can go to a local CFI and they can verify and submit for you but... the "Announcement & Guidance" for the CFI was just released from the FAA a few moments ago. In layman's terms... if you call and ask them about it right now they may give you that "Deer in the headlights" look and shrug their shoulders. If you contact them ask them if they have reviewed FAA Notice 8900.379 and if they haven't they can look it up as of now. Basically is explains how DPEs who wish to be authorized as an RPE will take an online course which will give them the authority to process UAS pilot applications. Theoretically, they can be an RPE on August 29th. Current, Part 61 pilots who have competed the online UAS course can visit an RPE and be issued a temporary airman certificate. If you have any questions drop me a PM or reply here and I'll try to get the answers for you. Just to stress this only applies to operators who currently have their FAA Pilot's License and who are "current".