Well, I agree with you about the "profit center" thing to some extent. I think the FCC saw the lure of selling something for millions and millions of dollars (or billions?) that doesn't even belong to them (selling implies ownership, and no one owns a frequency, government or otherwise)... and put a tremendous amount of effort into developing that income stream. HOWEVER, having said that.... I do honestly think they are trying to mend their ways in the enforcement area these days. My evidence of that is the fact that the FCC contacted the ARRL regarding setting up this program and initiated the MoU that eventually resulted. I do honestly believe that they recognize they need to beef up enforcement but they also realize that Part 97 says ham radio is supposed to be self-policing - and this program is the perfect marriage of the two. It remains to be seen what they do with the whole program. I am 100% positive that the people doing the monitoring will do their job... send in reports of bad things. What the FCC does with those reports is still an open question. Hopefully, we see a flurry of "examples" made of bad operators and that will give the program some teeth. Let us also remember that this program also has recognition of good operating as part of its mantra. Hopefully the good guys will get some well deserved recognition also.