Some of you have been doing this for a while, either with or without a 333 exemption. I would like to hear from you on a reasonable and sustainable fee structure that you quote your clients for commercial work. I would like to price my work based on my skill level and experience without either pricing myself out of the market or unreasonably/unfairly under-cutting the fees that other commercial operators in my area/field are currently getting. Obviously, experience and skill level for a new operator has to be taken into account (most of my career has been spent flying heavy metal) and though I have not yet started to market my services while waiting for 333 approval, I do have the flying and photography/videography/editing skills to be confident in providing a professional product. Is your fee structure based on hourly/daily rates? Are you segmenting services to provide for raw footage, edited rough cut, or final production, or do you just quote a finished project, based on your client's needs? Do you differentiate fees between project types (real estate, agriculture, infrastructure inspection), or is your fee the same, based on project time to completion? I'm not asking anyone to reveal a proprietary business plan, or to seek to sniff out my competitor's pricing in order to undercut them. I've experienced the latter, to everyone's detriment, in the still photography field, and I hope that this won't happen with commercial UAVs. I find that there is a lack of data on this subject and just want to open this for discussion. Thanks for sharing your insights.