Hello all, I leased out my Baron recently, since I was moving hangars and homes and my mission was somewhat on hold. My Lessee, being new to the plane, has had two aborted takeoffs in his 60 hours of flying. Once for an Alternator Out light, once for a door pop. Both were remedied using obvious means (taxi back, turn on alternator or latch door) Both incidents have had a FAA ASI contact me and the pilot to find out what happened. ... I feel like this was a waste of time in both instances, and... more importantly, there's a chilling effect here. I think most people equate ASIs with traffic cops at best (SS Ostufs at worst ) -- so getting a contact from them is really unwelcome. You could almost hear the eye-roll from the ASI on the other end of the line, so I don't think the feds are enjoying this b!tchwork either. I worry that fear of a call from the principal's office might nudge someone to NOT abort a takeoff when there's an abnormal situation, and it might hurt someone. I was planning on filing an ASRS about this, since the more I think about it, the more annoyed I become -- these are the same jokers that need a weeks' notice to see me about anything -- how they find time to chase up every towered aborted takeoff is mind-boggling to me. Any idea when or why this started? It's lame. Flight Schools at towered airports must just have a hotline red phone to their FSDO. Are there other avenues for me to Karen up and complain? I need an outlet for this, and there are no nearby dogs to kick.