Well, I've done it -- flown into the DC FRZ -- deliberately, with intent, and fully aware of the consequences, and nobody minded a bit. Piece'o'cake, I say. Yes, it took devoting a day to going to the DC area and being checked, briefed, and fingerprinted, but as government inquisitions go, it was relatively painless. The worst part was spending about 10 minutes on hold when calling Leesburg FSS to file the flight plan into College Park, and again after landing to report that I was on the ground -- but I did learn enough to file my return flight plan at the same time while I had them, and sure enough, six hours later, Potomac Approach was up and ready with my sqauwk code and frequency to depart (no long hold calling them, thank you). CGS is awfully quiet, but the folks there remain most friendly and eager to see some traffic return. The line guy even brought the required prop lock (they have loaners for transients) out to the plane. Gotta remember to show up needing more fuel next time -- with no landing fee, that's the only way to recompense them. And the Metro station is still right there, eight minutes walk from the plane, to take you anywhere in the DC area you want to go. 94th Aero Squadron is open for lunch, and the museum is much expanded and improved since last I flew in four years ago. Nice to be back. But I did hear a total four "Aircraft operating ...this is the United States Air Force -- you have entered..." calls during both flights. Dagnabit! What will it take to get people to play by the rules?