Since the beginning of aviation, the standards for lighting on aircraft have followed the standards of those set by the world’s watercraft as in Navy, as in boats, as in International Standards for Navigation. The Starboard (right side of craft) should be Green LEDs and the Port (left side of craft) should be Red LEDs. The Stern (rear of craft) should technically be white, but with the strobe, is easily distinguished as to orientation of the craft to both the PIC, spotters, AND other aircraft (manned/unmanned). For novices, there still is a distinguishing “difference” when looking at the craft from all four “main” axises. All red, the observer is seeing the “left” (port) side of the craft with the nose to the left. All green, the observer is seeing the “right” (starboard) side of the craft with the nose to the right. With the craft going away from the PIC, spotters, AND other aircraft, all would see red on left side and green on right side AND the strobe. With the craft coming toward the PIC, spotters, AND other aircraft, all would see green on left side and red on right and no strobe. Now all I have to do is do the MOD and incorporate into my flight manuals for the waiver I’m expecting soon. Makes sense to me, how about others?