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

Paul Same (regi*@*ail.com)

I use DJI drone, which I take to my travels to other countries and nature places. For me limiting flying to specifically designated areas is a kill for my hobby. I film beautiful views, not

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Ben R (ryhe*@*ail.com)

A decent chunk of my life has been shaped by the RC Hobby. I got hooked young and it ended up steering me towards Engineering. In summers between College semesters I interned with Horizon Hobby

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Kenneth Shaw (Sagi*@*lue.net)

I fly sailplanes which do not have the room to place anything more in the fuse. A lot of these have carbon fuses so any signal might have a hard time being transmitted. I also

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Joshua Berensen (thor*@*ail.com)

I have been planning on building my first FPV drone (5-inch props) for a while now. However, Remote ID restrictions would be far too costly and I believe that for vehicles flying under 400 the

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M Wilson (sky.*@*zon.net)

I am a 61 year old and mainly fly non GPS FPV racers. These are over the weight limit due to the batteries and hardware but usually fly under 100 ft and through laid out

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RC flying is my Sunday hobby. I live in a remote area and have no designated flying fields or club for support. I am currently able to fly my aircraft at local school yards and

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David Chastain (djch*@*ail.com)

My wife and I have become loving fans of FPV quadcopter flying. This hobby has brought us together and we are daily flyers. The cost is extremely high to build and operate and the proposed

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Greg Crane (gcrc*@*ail.com)

I have been flying model for over 25 years and have never seen a safety issue, this does not make sense and will not stop any unlawful act as they will not be complying to

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Ted White (camp*@*ail.com)

Flying small remotely operated SUAV and airplanes is a great hobby for young and old, with a proven track record of safety. The reaction of the FAA seems to be for extremely invasive regulation of

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