At first I was careful to avoid flying in places where there were a lot of people and I may run into a police officer. After having no incidents I decided to fly my P2 around my apartment complex taking off from the balcony. For the first 2 weeks nobody said anything and most people seemed to enjoy watching it. I came home from work a few weeks ago and found a letter stating that Drones nor Surveillance equipment are allowed in or around the buildings and that residents are advised to take any actions necessary to remove them from the air. This last statement is what really really pissed me off. If they simply asked me to stop flying the quadcopter on the property I would have complied, however they tell people to do anything necessary, which to me implies destroying the drone to take it from the air. I felt like flying it in front of the property manager's window and wait for him to try and take it out at which point I would have marched up to his unit and taken care of business. The smarter thing to do would be to call the police. There was an article in a RC magazine where someone was flying a quadcopter in New Jersey and it was shot down. The person sued for damages and the guy who shot it down had to pay for damages. People complain that their privacy is being violated. If someone really wanted to spy there are better ways to go about it. Most cameras on these drones don't zoom for which reason you can't easily spy on someone unless you are at eye level. In this day and age there are cameras all over the place. Everyone has a cell phone. People will have to get use to it. I had a forest preserve officer walk up to me a few months ago and ask what the fancy equipment was. I made the mistake of telling him that it was a drone. His eyes got big and he said a ddddrone!!!. He told me that I can't fly them here. I told him that their website said that there is a designated area where model airplanes can be flown. He was acting as if the drone had hell fire missiles on it. I read an interesting article that talked about the controversy when bicycles first came out. It talked about how people were afraid bicycles would lose control and run into pedestrians and what not. It seems to me that there are many things out there that are far more dangerous to quadcopters and that people are seriously overreacting. What do you think?