I recently teamed up with an experienced multi-rotor builder who has been teaching me about the build, the components, and the advantages of customizing a rig over buying an RTF platform. Along with putting in the time and money for our build, we've decided to document the process in a complete step by step instructional for those who are unfamiliar with the process. Our mission is to make an easy to navigate, thorough, and understandable video series that covers all of the steps and components thoroughly. The build for our instructional series is based around our custom aluminum quadcopter frame. The frame design features upward angled front arms, allowing high speed shots while avoiding props in the picture. Specifically designed to carry a GoPro camera, the system will have a 3-Axis gimbal with both pitch and yaw control, servo controlled retractable landing gear for 360 degree pivoting shots, FPV goggle with on screen information display, and camera shutter control. Based on our previous builds and expected weight of our system, we anticipate the average battery life to be around 20 minutes. We've begun shooting the series, and we're hoping to have it finished up and live in just a few weeks. You can check out our video's and our frame design at http://www.fpvgeek.com and http://www.fpvgeek.com/frames.html Hope you enjoy. And always interested to hear feedback.