I find it interesting that DJI chose not to incorporate the simple gimbal bracket onto the upgraded P2V+. Clearly, they have been well aware of the problem and know how to solve it (as we all do) by adding an inexpensive bracket. Yet they didn't bother solving the problem. I have also learned from a reliable source that DJI has contacted at least one seller of the bracket and told them to stop selling it. Seems to me that DJI is actually counting on our P2V+ gimbals to eventually rip apart upon relatively low impact so that we must turn to them for an additional $900 repair that goes right into their pockets. It's ironic that a Chinese company is pressuring others to not make accessories for their product when historically China has never honored others' patents or copyrights. It seems to me that DJI, in this case, has chosen to be a company that is simply interested in profit over quality and is intentionally perpetuating a problem that will bring it additional profit, above and beyond the initial purchase price, at the expense of their loyal and enthusiastic customers. Why else would they make any replacement camera ribbons so scarce, not incorporate the simple fix into the upgrade, and demand that sellers of the gimbal bracket guards stop selling them? Personally, I do not trust a company that does that type of thing.