We must turn the tide of negative publicity against the quad enthusiast- especially the multirotor pilot that's flying a camera aloft. That change will come in the form of a good deed that a hobbyist pilot delivers when a lost child is found, or a dangerous scene is viewed by police thanks to an airborne view, or anything along these lines that will begin to build a case in favor of you and I having flying cameras.... I have had a handful of local conversations to offer my 'services' to police and fire representatives in a time of need- in hopes that it may benefit them in a positive way someday. They are very interested, and guess what? In an emergency- all bets are off, local authority rules, and having that relationship ahead of time will pay off for your local community, and this community. The negative publicity is beginning to snowball, and there may be no hope for us if the FAA presents oppressive rules, and the public has a bad taste in their mouth because of all the 'bad people flying drones'... that are in the media every day. Lets make an intentional effort do do good things with these things. No matter what we, or the Phantom Vision is called on channel 4 at dinner tonight. What specific assignments can you think of to start turning things around?