Just some questions after some past discussions with friends and reading the current requirements of AMA insurance and restrictions compared to going commercial. After reading the AMA site which I have been a past member for a few years it seems that the restrictions of flight are greater compared to the commercial operator. To start I always thought AMA supplied insurance for the Hobbyist that flew at designated flying fields or there own backyard? Now I see they will cover you everywhere with 2.5 million for $72 dollars a year. I think this is fantastic...for the hobbyist. Does this cover the Multirotor with a camera that is flying in say in a town doing AP for fun and then the imagery supplied to a website for the Historic Committee? without selling it? Is this considered commercial? I hope so..Obviously I think people will see my point or question. We pay for insurance, are in the process of getting our 333, fly safe, get permits, invested a lot of money and am just trying to narrow down the complexity of the future.