Earnest,It will be interesting to see how this plays out. And, given the $20,000 fine imposed on the California tourist who let his drone land at KLAS, it looks like the FAA has moved beyond the "education and compliance" phase.
My apologies for digressing, but IMHO it's also time to close some of the compliance loopholes. Top of the list should be mandatory point-of-purchase registration of all sUAS over .55 lbs. (Yes, I've heard the argument that some retailers will stop selling drones to avoid the hassle: let them. There will be enough sellers who stay in the game - if a POP reg. is applied evenly to all.) Next, the FAA needs to modify the current Remote ID rule proposal to reflect the recommendations of its own advisory committee. Specifically, adopt a RID system that minimizes cost to the end user (and thus promotes compliance) and drop the proposal for a pay-to-play system that seems designed to enrich third party "service providers" while stifling the sUAS community - hobbyist and professional alike.
I mentioned that in my response to the NPRM. Requiring registration at the POS is the best way to ensure compliance. Another is the FAA should enforce its regulations. They are why we are at this point right now because of their lack of compliance. As far as the SuperBowl TFR is concerned, I have not idea why it was extended to the extent that it was nor why it went into effect roughly five days before the event (but yes, I'm sure it was to sweep the area and set up the necessary security for the event). It did, it was and it was disseminated to the public and that was what mattered. The fact that people chose to ignore the TFR; well, there is no sympathy here.