I had one of the first ones delivered, so I've been using it for a while. Here's a link to two videos shot using it so you can see how the footage is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1vJNmyYcTE and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_-77HLKzVA (this one was quite windy). There's a whole bunch of Rotorpixel videos on my channel showing unboxing, installation, testing, etc, if you're interested - here's the playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL ... 4Z1YQsBj-H I recently got my Vision lodged at the top of a 90ft tree whilst testing too many things at once (silly boy). It stayed up there for a while until the wind got up and then came all the way down out of the tree. The gimbal didn't have a scratch. Not sure my Zenmuse H3-3D would have fared quite so well. I never had a problem with jello once I tuned it with the thumb screws (not difficult). It's very well built and strong. It isn't light, so your flight times will come down by about 5 minutes, but then again it's strong (see above) so I won't have to buy a whole new if it has a really bad impact. Would I buy it again? Yes. Was it worth the wait? Yes. Have I tried any of the cheaper (or more expensive) Vision gimbals to compare it to? No. Am I happy with it? Yes. Am I looking forward to playing with the GoPro mount that's coming? Yes! Hope that helps.