So, I saw a picture of the Fed-Ex drone...It sure looks complicated-lots of moving parts. And then I got to thinking about how UPS really is: plain, ugly brown, bare minimums on everything. At our hub, we can't keep a toilet running. Spend 10 minutes around any UPS operation and you will know how filthy and worn out anything is. OK. Most folks don't understand that drones will be heavily regulated by the FAA. No duct tape and bailing wire for aircraft. I have no doubt drones and robotics are the future. And without being able to go a whole day without some sort of incident in delivery operations. And drones?.....propellers, 3 dimensional flight...really? I just don't see how our(anyone else's) delivery model will work without a real size (at least) helicopter size drone with an aircraft carrier size mother ship. I am a pilot, plane owner, Certified Aircraft Mechanic and very familiar with the FAA regs and how flying works. Think about what it takes to deliver a pizza-employee, car all that. Weight is the bane of any aircraft. What about the customer that wants to add 2 or three gallons of soda to that pizza order. Can you imagine a car size drone appearing at your front door? Don't think so? You have no idea about aerodynamics, physics and payloads. I'm sure there are things that are going on with drone technology that I am not privy to. But really?