My gimbal arrived Friday and the install didn't take very long and there were no hassles. Fortunately I had a small battery that I use for my FPV that had the same connector as the gimbal. Plugged in the battery an voila! Took it out for a short flight this morning and the video was rock steady; a minor amount of left-right movement that After Effects easily took care of. So, now the question: power? For my test run I just used my FPV battery but then I had no place to plug in the FPV. I could make a Y cable for the battery. So far I've resisted anything that requires opening up the shell, but I gather that there's an auxiliary power cable I could drop down and then, of course, I'd still need to fashion a Y connector. How big a deal is it to get to the aux power? Am I just fine with a battery and a Y cable? What are your thoughts about this?