It's entirely your call.what should I do from here, take my chances OCing or let the law be twisted to where I fee like it would be more of a hassle to OC
Some people feel that they don't want to chance a less-than-legal encounter with law enforcement, with the attendant hassles & potential for having their property stolen, having to appear in court, embarrassment in the media, etc.
Others are willing to "take one for the team" if it happens, using LEOs behaving badly as an educational opportunity. The upside being that when LEOs break the law & infringe your rights, it can have monetary rewards for you, & the agency generally changes its practices.
The one thing you DON'T want to do is set up an opportunity for LEOs to abuse you.
Go about your daily business, but unless you're setting up or attending an OC event don't go out of your way to call attention to it.
LEOs who know & respect the law won't bother you (& in fact some will tell the fraidy-cat anti-rights folks that what you're doing is legal). The bad ones will hassle you no matter how legal whatever you're doing. In between, you may find some who don't know the laws as well as you do, & you have the opportunity to educate them & spare other OCers the same hassle.
Do watch the videos on YouTube "don't talk with cops" parts 1 & 2, and browse www.flexyourrights.org