Hopefully this will help others......... Ive tried searching through the forums but here go's Still working on it - but so far its basically right, just need to make a bracket to hold the original P2V Camera, change the software to have the tilt levelled correctly. Here's a video of a 3rd party (ebay) gimbal, it wasn't really too hard to get it all going (surprisingly). Now that proof of concept works, just need to solder and make a bracket and i think it's good to go. The video shows the gimbal (powered by an external battery atm) with my go pro for balance. The original P2V camera is just off to the side and connected so i could get the app/wireless all working for the test. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ugw5wOksvno With out any mods the app allowed me to change the pitch vertically (however "level" wasn't level, it had a downward tilt) You can see me touching the iPhone screen controlling the tilt on the gimbal. Unfortunately with everything only loosely wired in i couldn't pick it up and throw it around to test.