... what else is there to accomplish?
I've been checking the stats of this and some of the competing forums over the past few months. we pretty much have twice as many views/posts/threads per day as the RCGroups FPV section, we beat FPV-community by a factor of 4 normally and the spanish forum isn't even a competition. There's DIYDrones, but they don't really focus on FPV and their primary target group is the hobbyist UAV market (which I really dig, don't get me wrong!).
So the question is: Now that we grew to the largest FPV community within just a few months, what else should we achieve?
FPV is facing regulation and none of the "big guys" in the USA FPV scene are really taking any kind of responsibility for their position. They'd rather point fingers and find someone to blame for upcoming regulations, while ignoring the fact that the whole rest of the world already had BVLOS FPV regulated since multiple years. What we need is someone who can stand up for FPV in the USA. Is FPVLab such an organization? Could we become one?