I just recently decided I wanted to see my GoPro replace the FC200. Luckily, I found a video in which another guy did the same thing and was able to successfully convert. DJI will tell you they strongly recommend against it and I think the only reason for this is that you need to make a small hole on bottom of the phantom a bit bigger to allow the top motor casing of the gimbal to poke through a smidgen. This is slightly dangerous only because there a few wires close to where the hole needs to be widened. Other than that though it was a breeze and definitely cheaper than trying to trade up for a new model. Now I'm shooting with a H3-3D and a Hero 4 Black and I couldn't be happier with the results. BTW, I am also cheating and going against many suggestions about not using the GoPro Wifi App for flying but I am able to get away with it for now because the Vision controls are all 5.8GHz instead of the standard 2.4GHz that the wifi uses. However, this limits my range and when I am ready and have enough funds to invest in a FPV system I will also need a new controller so I can switch the controls to 2.4GHz since almost all the good FPV systems use 5.8GHz.