While I'm waiting on my Section 333 Exemption (submitted 10-5, posted 12-3, status pending), I'm wondering what kind of SUAV training would be wise to invest my time and money in. I am not a licensed pilot, but was considering getting a Sports Pilots license. However, by the time I completed that, chances are the FAA will be close to issuing their requirements, and not require a standard pilots license. So, I'm wondering and researching what kind of training I can take online right now that is likely to get me a few steps ahead for when the FAA issues it's training / certification requirements. I'm sure that General Aviation Knowledge and Aeronautical Maps / Navigation will be required. There's a plethora of websites offering such training. But it's kinda like the Wild West out there in this industry. I'm sure there are reputable training sites, but also some opportunists. I won't mention names here, but I just went to a website that has a HUGE sequential curriculum for unmanned aerial systems that would be quite lengthy and pricey- and I get the feeling I'd be able to operate a 747 by remote control when I've completed their entire run. I'm a 20+ year professional independent TV /video cameraman, and I'm chomping at the bit to be able to offer my Inspire work to my clients. If anyone has any experience / insights into taking training in preparation for likely FAA requirements, I'd love to get started!