This is interesting, and congrats. However, why is SnapRoll so special. I do not mean that in a negative way towards SRM. But, as a production company in Dallas who has the ability to fly UAV with cameras, and a pilot with a commercial pilots license, seems like the FAA is giving preferential treatment to just a few. And I'm still waiting on someone to explain to me the exact skill set of having a pilots license has on flying a UAV. Seriously, are we gone to put our UAV in a pattern to land at a local airfield. Other than the fact that I take flying seriously and safety is always a concern, I get that. I just curious what the rational is at the FAA to impose that mandate. I think it always comes down to money, not safety. I can fly my UAV with camera on it without money it's legit, but if I charge for it, that now is unsafe. FAA is not helping the safety issue, because so many are flying under the radar.