Yah, because that huge flat area where I just hover the my plane down
to my hand just isn't good enough.
I've only been once and have no major complains. Frequency control
was the only headache but that had more to do with pilots thinking they
were exclusive to a particular frequency and never turning in their pins.
So many of us had to switch frequencies before the event, that there
were no "exclusive" frequencies no matter what you saw on the registration list.
Racing could be fun, but it eats up a lot of time and leaves a lot of people not
flying in the middle of the rounds.
I'm hoping to have a bigger, more stable video plane this year.