100% on point, Kcobello. All this whining and moaning about the FAA;s pilot license requirement is pointless and non-productive as the feds are not going to change anything until the final Part 107 rules are issued. The feds will not allow anyone to operate commercially w/o a minimum knowledge of FARs and an understanding of the national airspace rules. I don't like the restrictions in my 333 but it is what it is...I'd rather spend my time building my business in anticipation of the market glut coming once the test is approved.
For those not licensed, I'd recommend spending your time studying for the UAS operator test on your own, a good source is the Pilot Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, free here:
Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge
Or sign up for a Private Pilot ground school course at your local airport. I will bet that 90% of the FAA UAS Operator license test will come from their private pilot written test, they are not going to waste time writing a new test. And when the time comes, the FAA will publish a study guide, like they do for all pilot ratings.
Airman Knowledge Test Guides
Besides, according to the SBA, over 50% of small businesses fail in the first five years., so the market will thin out.