Here is the way I see it. If everyone followed this code...there would never be any problems in freeroam. No cost or additonal supervision is needed. -If you have to outrun someone to get there...that's a bad thing -If you show up without everything you plan to hunt with...that's a bad thing -If someone is already where you plan to go and you still set-up within 100 yards...that's a bad thing -If you get caught-up justifying your actions...that's a bad thing -If there is any doubt it's your spot...it's likely not...and...that's a bad thing I would also bet 95% of hunters who were trained by an older generation would agree these are all the rules you need. And here is the key...you embrace this and not try and see how far you can streach the rules.