It would take someone willing to put a couple mi$$ion out to get it started. I've seen it done in other fields. Usually a publisher or someone who owns a business in a related market. Once it got off the ground I do agree with much of your comments. One thing that a startup group has going for it is that the list of potential members is already available for free. Right from the FCC. That would reduce startup costs compared to what other non-profits need to go through when starting.