This is more of a recommendation than a push to organize, but rapid prototyping has been getting some questionable press as of late. Most of it is flat wrong (such as the ability to 3d print working guns and grenades) or misleading, like the ability to print out whole cellphones. I've even had people tell me that it will replace normal casting and production lines, which is about as realistic as an ink jet printer replacing a professional print shop. Others tell me that it doesn't contain any detail and can't be used for small parts. The problem is, nobody is really setting the record straight or explaining what 3d printing really and is not capable of. Finding a way to debunk myths and misunderstandings could go a long way to preventing a sudden witch hunt, as is all to often the case with new technology. Addressing these one person at a time is a bit exhausting. Maybe it would be good to make a series of youtube videos? Or establish a website with facts and an FAQ of sorts? Just some ideas to tackle the problem before it escalates.