This section is currently being updated. Over 6000 surveys have been submitted so far.

Ian Aaboe (ian.*@*ail.com)

The regulations would make me a criminal, since just flying my sub 150gr quadcopters in my own yard would be illegal. The educational aspect of getting kids into flying means they are really well set

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William Temby (will*@*dat.com)

Its most important that people doing the wrong thing are prevented from doing the wrong thing. However the vast majority doing the right thing should not be adversely penalized . A license is a good

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Darren (slik*@*ail.com)

The hobby has absolutely changed my life for the better. Enjoyment and experience of flight. Firstly the fun and enjoyment i have been able to experience through the FPV and model aviation hobby is immense.

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Alex V (alex*@*ook.com)

Flying matters to me because it has been an interst of mine for as long as I can remember. Ever since I was a little kid I’ve always wanted a toy airplane of some sort.

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Wes Sipes (wes7*@*hoo.com)

I’ve been flying multi-rotor since the fall of 2013 I’ve had many many crashes, but no one has been hurt and only damage was to my multi-rotor it self. It’s a perfectly safe and enjoyable

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Jake HS (Virt*@*ail.com)

Dumbest crap ever. Just leave it alone guys, nobody is going to comply with this crap, especially the ones that already break the laws, all this would do is hurt the hobby and industry as

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Jonathan Dahood (jdlz*@*aol.com)

Getting into FPV not only got me out of the house to meet new smart people, but it also help improve my skillset. Which helped out while interviewing for a new job. I was able

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Wade Woolwine (wade*@*ail.com)

Outside of the thrill and freedom experienced while flying FPV, this hobby is responsible for instilling so much knowledge about electronics, physics, and troubleshooting. There’s the community aspect of like minded people coming together to

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