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Yes I’m trying to find more civilized slogans for this site too. The one I did for the other one was “Feel easier knowing what you do is legal” and “Lets Make A Change!” Those two slogans have no bashing in fact could be used to try and get an interest. What I’m looking for honestly is someone who is articulate, has a head for business and how to be very professional and to the point when writing a document. I do realize that grammatical errors, spelling errors, and not having the correct format just like writing a resume will get your ideas ripped up and thrown away to start. It is a once chance effort to get it right the first time and takes participation of all the members from the Pro FM web site which if I could get someone who is good at that I would have pictures of FM transmitters, Micro Powered stations from your basic plug your computer into a transmitter and running NextKast to a Johnny C type station. The site should really be professional which may require dues to be paid by the members of Pro FM. Pro FM may be the more aggressive version of the initiative which would have a pass coded forum that only members have access to. But again I have to start small and work up. Yes I have big dreams for a club or something of sorts all dedicated to FM and getting more legal power for it. I just need folks like minded as I am. I may even talk to some web masters to see how hard and how much it would cost for a site constructed such as that. Then and if we have a workable document it would be published on the ALPB for all to see for the final version does have to be curious to a point, professional looking and to make a valid point based on facts to compare with. I will start with the fact that the Whole house FM Transmitter is already past 250 uV/m out of the box and the sky has not fallen and try and get an accurate percentage of the folks who own them. Bring up the fact that many folks who own the chinese transmitters which can cause harmful interference would be minimized if 500 mW was legal. But also point out too that the Whole House FM Transmitter already puts out a nice 310 mW into free space. My idea is to point out that many folks are not asking for 20 miles , but a mile or two under excellent conditions. These points and a professional approach is the only way to get the job done. I’m also going to try and get the folks from the other site to look at the proposal for wireless mics and get the FCC to allow us to have an FM Stereo Transmitter locked to the channels of 87.7 and 87.9 asking for 1 Watt and making the transmitter scan first. The Belkin from Walmart though it goes 10 feet at best does this. That will help stop intentional Radio station jamming. There should be checks and balances through the document that shows sheer responsibility and determination of eliminating any possible harm to the spectrum in the process of having a Micro Broadcasting station. Its the only way to get the job done. Any other route will fail and the whole mess would be forever known as a complete failure and waste of time.