Mmmm, disclaimer? Sounds like that is the same as turning a blind eye! What has happened to the RA Aus stance of, "if you see something, say something?" Clearly they are aware of the rules being broken, and the negative image this show is no doubt generating. None of the members should need to submit a report about these activities for action to be taken... if someone in RA Aus has taken the time, (and no doubt money) to get a disclaimer added to the start of the show. I don't know how many of our number have anything to do with Remotely Piloted Aircraft, but there was a guy who flew his drone to Bunnings to get a snag in bread, and then posted the video on social media... countless rules being broken, and by all accounts, CASA are now dealing with him. So surely the same action could be taken against a far more serious breach of rules, with potentially more serious outcomes than a 2 kg drone crashing into someone. Perhaps at the end of Motor Kite series, they could show the trikes being destroyed, so that they could never fly again, or maybe they will just add some footage of a poor unsuspecting person buying the abused machines, as they drive off into the sunset, counting their cash and laughing... that would be a much more exciting end to the show, NOT! OK, I will go and get this bee out of my bonnet and try to calm down a bit.... then I am off out to make a video of myself blowing up endangered species. As soon as I get the WWF to add a disclaimer to the video, I will post it online safe in the knowledge that no action will be taken against me, and it might just encourage others out there to follow my lead and finish off the rest of those pesky critters, Ye-haw!!! (I reckon RA Aus should be safe.... a toothless tiger is no real threat!) Redair.