If, like me, you are involuntarily stress testing the Phantom by crashing it on more than one occasion, you may have broken the gimbal mount like I have. I've ordered the 3D printed replacement from Shapeways but because Shapeways parts are "made in the future", i.e. the distant future, I've taken to hastily making a replacement bracket out of aluminum. It ain't pretty but it actually does the trick. Best of all, if (when) I crash again, the aluminum will bend absorbing some of the energy and unlike the original part, I can simply take it off and bend it back into shape without snapping it like a twig. It does hang a bit low but it still clears at full tilt. BTW, the penny on the paper clip is to counterbalance the ND filter which also works quite handily. I posted that in the Zenmuse forum but it seems like there's only crickets in there.