Well, I did it. Yesterday, I decided to go up to the Rose Bowl for the first time to do a little flying up there. There is a large, grassy area just to the east of the Rose Bowl where people often fly quads and other RC aircraft. I drove by, but didn't like it, so I kept moving. Where to go now. It was around 1:00 p.m. on a sunny, Sunday afternoon. Do I dare? The Pasadena City Hall (located right next to the Pasadena Police Dept.) was nearby. Why not? So I went over and began scouting the area out. In front of the city hall there is a large, concrete area. In one part of this concrete area there are two large, sculptured heads that stand about 8 feet tall. Next to them are a few benches. I parked the car, got the quad out and parked myself on one of the benches. Excellent view of city hall, looming in front of me. Not a cop in sight. I turned her on, let her hover for a bit and then it was up, up and away, toward city hall itself! Constantly looking around for black and whites, I took her up above the topmost portion of CH and positioned her directly over the dome. I then put her into POI mode, backed her off, adjusted the camera and let her begin circling. Long story short - I got a great video, brought the quad down without incident and got out of Dodge as quickly as possible without ever even seeing a cop anywhere. A few comments: first off, the Pasadena City Hall is a VERY tall building. By the time the quad was up and circling the building, it was so high up that it was difficult to see and impossible to hear. I will be going back to do this again and I'm sure there will be no problem with the police, simply because no one really notices the quad while it is taking the video. Secondly, I was a little concerned about the possible danger of a police helicopter getting too near the quad or, God forbid, colliding with it. I have seen police helicopters flying at just about the same height as I had the quad - or even lower. No helicopter even came into sight while I was taking this video, but I was ready to bring her down the second I saw one, no matter how far off. I am writing this note from the office, so am unable to post my video, but will do so as soon as I have a chance to edit it and get it up.