That's a lot there and I'm getting tired of this back and forth going point by point. I do see that your image of 11 meters is going back some years. I see a lot of examples that I doubt happened in the last 30 years. You say that there is a problem of unlicensed people encroaching on Amateur radio frequencies. How would removing 11 meters as a license-by-rule band help this? If you want to argue that the FCC made a mistake 60 or so years ago by creating Part 95 then I believe you need a better resolution than abolishing it. That's just asking for more people to buy Amateur radio equipment without a license. With my idea of licensed Amateurs going in to 11 meters as ambassadors, good examples, and using this as evidence to the FCC that Amateur radio could use this band then perhaps we can get a secondary user basis again. Mistake or not Part 95 exists now. If you want to claim that 11 meters and licensed Amateurs are neighbors then maybe we should be the best neighbors we can be. Bitching and moaning about 11 meters is not productive. Going out to meet them and be neighborly just might be productive. At a minimum it's Amateurs getting a new band for "free".