Perhaps the bigger question, with regards to this topic, should be:
"Do we want Farsight representing us [as members, or humanity as a whole], without our input, in any negotiations, with the Domain, GF, or any other ET group?"
First of all, I don't think one person, such as Courtney, should represent us, without first making sure that a majority of us agree on the basis of what should be negotiated on [and at what cost], to begin with. Otherwise, it could easily turn out the same way that it did after the 1950's agreements, between the ETs and the POTUS [government]... or perhaps worse.
Next, watch this discussion with Courtney, hosted by Daz Smith [Courtney joins ~24:00 minute mark], and consider what some of his prominent motivations for Farsight actually are [mainly in answering the question posed to him at 56:18 by Mr Kaufman]:
When remote viewing becomes really big one day, there's going to be hundreds of millions of dollars of grant money that become available for RV, and all this money will have to go through Courtney/Farsight. So it's about money - or at least, that's a major component of his overall plan. Money & control. This should give you pause.
There's several other troubling things I learned in this interview, as well, such as how invested Courtney has become in some of the current viewers - helping them out financially due to life problems, buying them clothes, etc. When you take this into account, along with the decisions to part ways with quality viewers like Dick Algier and Daz Smith, one might further question Courtney's judgment.
Also, I think the idea of bringing a more theatrical or "dramatic" component to Farsight's RV projects, is a mistake. I don't want to see remote viewers dressed-up in costumes, "acting", or having the content dumbed-down to appeal to the drone-sitcom-watching masses. What I like about Aziz, is that his sessions are straight-forward and to the point. There's no theatrics, trying to become an integral part of the story (of what or who's being viewed), or dressing up in ridiculous costumes. All of that crap distracts from the data.
Anyway, after watching the Domain video, I don't think we should be negotiating with them in the first place. Certainly not without member input, and not without coming to a consensus on what the terms of any agreement should constitute. I would say that the same should hold true with the GF, or any other ET group. If not, don't bother negotiating on my behalf......