The long hard decision between the two gimbals had to come down to some factors: 1) First was availability for purchase. 2) Design and ease of use. 3) Customer reviews 4) Cost. So did lots of research on the internet and Youtube. At the time of my purchase Rotopixiel was not yet available to purchase and was still working on getting up starting their business. I then went to Dronexpert gimbal and went to order one. They said it would take a couple of weeks so I figured I could wait but took 4 weeks to get. When it came it was the easiest modification to my P2V it was literally “plug n play” . Undo the mount for the camera and plug in the gimbal in. I will say the hardest thing I did encounter was to install the 7th lever on the Phantom itself was the 4 hex screws closest to the landing skids that my hex drivers handle would not fit next to the legs. Gee that was hard huh. Once installed first time turning on I did encounter the jitter and random movement from the camera. I did read about the few people had this problem so was a little nervous. So I did all the things said to do, make sure ribbon cord was free and pulled all the way thru, make sure plug was pushed in all the way in and kept square on camera. I did find that the existing white plug jack that comes out of P2V when you plug it in to the gimbal board there is a small gap between the two plastic top and bottom is a tight fit and need to push in all the way. To this day have had no problems with at all. I do like that I can take the gimbal off with just the two plugs and put in their travel box it came with so I can still take the props off and gimbal in just seconds and traveling with it is my #1 priority I have seen the Rotopixiel looks very complicated to travel with even in a hard travel case. I am not saying Rotopixiel is bad but have not had it to compare it to. So with all said I am very happy with the Dronexert Gimbal so far. The major Pro for this is the ability to travel with ease and performance.