I don't want to sound like I am preaching to anyone, but now a day's when you buy a new Drone (even some of the smaller/cheaper toy style one's) there is a card in the package telling you register your Drone. If you look up at some of the different laws or restrictions on Drones you will find out that as a recreational use you must remain below 400 ft and be with in unassisted eye site (no binoculars). Just recently the FAA revamped it's restrictions on Drones and the came out with Part 107 for sUAS, personally I think that everyone flying a Drone (not at an approved airfield) should have to take the class and be Certified Part 107 for sUAS, this would then help the Drone owners understand why some of these restrictions on Drones exist. The restrictions aren't there to hamper your fun, but to protect the public. A Drone a 1600 ft in altitude is a hazard to aircraft with passengers. Hell if a bird can bring down an aircraft, then a Drone definitely could. There is a video on YouTube showing a Drone that struck the wing of a passenger airline on take off and it did some incredible damage to the plane (destroyed the Drone). I'm sure that if they were able to determine who was flying that Drone, that individual would have some health expenses (fixing the wing of an Airliner isn't cheap, the fines for flying to high, not giving way to a aircraft, not registering the Drone. Well I'm gonna get of my soap box now, but it's all of our responsibility to help educate each other and to keep us in check, it also helps us keep our rights to fly our Drones.