For Field Day this year, home stations can work other home stations for points. Despite the obstacles, I'll be operating a more traditional Field Day operation, which will probably consist of a few hours operating from a city park. I've already ordered a fold-up canopy (which we were planning on getting anyway) and some yellow crime scene tape to keep infected onlookers at a safe distance. Maybe I'll try to get myself one of these signs: I understand the reasons for the rule change, but it still seems to me that for Field Day, it's best, if humanly possible, to operate while out standing (or sitting) in an actual field, as a Class A or Class B entry. The other change this year is that all entries can name a club for calculation of a club score. (Unlike affiliated club scores in other contests, there is no geographical limitation.) I therefore propose the formation of a club for us traditionalists, and have taken the liberty of drawing up the Articles of Association below for The Outstanding in Their Field Amateur Radio Field Day Club. As you can see, this club is very easy to join. There are no dues, meetings, etc. The early adopters can formally sign on as members. Those who are on the fence can join simply by naming the club in their FD entry. I'm not planning on making a ton of QSOs this year, but the ones I make will be from a bona fide field. And unlike most years, I'll need to send in a log this year. Is there any interest in forming this club?