section 333 exemption gives individuals permission to do commercial work with a r/c aircraft. you jump through all these hoops to get your certificate so you can flash this at DJI and they will let you turn off the no-fly zone if you happen to be in one to fly your i1. it says dji will handle it case by case basis. does this mean you have to ask them to turn off NFZ's for a specific amount time in a specific place or will they just let you turn them all off for good? next question, does this mean you can fly near the white house and other locations where drones are "not allowed" by b.s. rule xyz. is this a fly where ever i want and get away with it badge? update: read post on heliguy.com im all for paying 5 bucks to make the government happy to show im not some wack job whos going to crash it into a real airplane but believe me i think the majority are going to hack dji's software or just use something else when the next oo la la quad copter comes out. this is to much frigging work that can simply and easily be avoided by not using a dji product. nothing about dji is fast and they can say no to your request for any reason they can think of. This is an absurd amount of preparation and planning. when i can take a 50 dollar r/c plane with a gopro duck taped to it and fly it anywhere at the drop of a hat, a i1 owner has to have a tail number, 2 months of paperwork, 2 certificates from the government and written permission from dji that all have to be approved to fly in the exact same spot and only for a limited amount of time. yeah i2 i3 p4 p5 p6 are probably not going to happen. a company will come along and bypass all that crap and that will be the new best thing, a demand will be created and someone will supply it.