Hi Guys. I don't know if anyone else has thought of this. During flight with a 2D or 3D gimbal, it's almost always the left leg which comes into shot. This is mainly because the lens on the GoPro is offset to the left, and DJI in their infinite wisdom, didn't accommodate for this in the gimbal design by moving the GoPro to the right and centring the lens (as on the PV+). So, here's my solution (a set of P2 legs is only $6 so that's what it'll cost you to test it yourself). Simply cut the left landing rail, at the bottom, aprox 40mm from the front face of the leg. Then, remove the front left leg entirely. Create a small block to add to the front end of what remains of the lower rail. If you look at the left landing gear from the left side of the P2, you'll see that this will still put a landing pad forward of the centre of gravity. There is easily sufficient strength in the remaining left leg to support the P2. I don't know about you, but on landing I always, 100% of the time, catch my P2 by the right rear leg. I never land it on the ground. It's just so easy to do this and not risk having it fall over and break something. I've taken the plunge and tested it on my P2. Here are some pics. The left leg and rail is a bit "springy" but has more than enough tension to keep the P2 level for takeoff. Comments?