Just read my daily email from sUAS News. There's a posting from Rupprecht Law regarding getting your Student Pilot License in conjunction with Section 333 / Part 107. It starts: "New regulations go into effect on April 1st which will affect your plans for obtaining a student pilot certificate. " Hmm, did I miss something? I thought that the 333 required a SPORT pilot license at the minimum. Here's the link: Getting a Pilot’s License to Fly Drones? New Regulations Soon Go Into Effect. - sUAS News I had no idea that a Student Pilot License had anything to do with operating a sUAS. So, what's this guy talking about? Note: I have my 333 pending since it was officially posted on the FAA website on Dec.3, 2015. I also have a TWIC card and TSA Pre-Check, so I'm not worried about vetting. I also understand that the emerging climate for the FAA certificate will require passing an aeronautical knowledge test and other items, but NOT any traditional Pilot's license. I guess there's a lot of mis-information out there, so I really appreciate this site for commentary and clarification.