Registration Requires Intent to Fly VLOS Only! I bought my P3P specifically to fly safely beyond the roughly VLOS range of the stock P2V+ and the P3S. DJI even actively promotes the 5 km control range for the P3P on their website: "Remote Controller Max Distance: Up to 5 km or 3.1 miles (unobstructed, free of interference) when FCC compliant" =============================================== ONE SIMPLE QUESTION: So for everyone who is so gung-ho about registering now, or have already done so, do you really intend to never fly beyond visual line of sight (VLOS) ever again? =============================================== If you have ever flown your P3 before Dec 21, 2015, if you wait to register until February 19, 2016, you can legally and morally continue to fly safely beyond Visual Line of Sight for the next 7 weeks, but not if you already have registered! Why voluntarily tether your P3P to VLOS any sooner than you have to, by registering before February 19th, 2015? Just curious... =============================================== Edit to avoid thread hijacking by VLOS zealots: Just so it's clear, we are not talking about anything that could be deemed reckless flying, and flying beyond VLOS is not, in and of itself, reckless flying! Do not post here if you want to debate the merits of the FAA Safety Guidelines or want to rant about how anyone flying beyond VLOS is reckless. This is not the thread for those polarizing discussions. Go start your own thread, if you aren't already disgusted by how those horses have already been beaten to death. We are only talking about safely flying your P3 beyond VLOS, which it was designed for, using FPV in a safe manner, when appropriate to do so!