I like the brochure idea, and have thought of the need for one myself. What I would love is a basic break down of what rights passengers have at the checkpoint (keep your belongings in sight, etc.), what is supposed to happen in certain scenarios (the ETD alarm private room screening, for example), and what sort of TSA BS you can expect to run into if you try to stand up for your rights. Also useful would be some basic advice on how to handle conflict situations at the checkpoint (remain calm and respectful, when it might be wise to request an LEO, when and how to discontinue your screening and not fly, etc.), and an outline of certain things that are never supposed to happen (a strip search, for example).