Mother nature and old man winter have had a tumultuous 3rd rate rendezvous hereabouts this season, and they seem to have trouble breaking things off- so way too much time spent pouring over the radio and Naza and the Phantom- along with way too much time watching tutorials and reading forums on all things Futaba, all things gimbal, and all things Naza was the fare this past week or so (amongst the many digressions I am prone to engage in) One thing I discovered (I know it isn't original or new mind you) is the ability to program my pitch and roll on my 10CAG using program and curve mixes. I use switch A for the program curve for the gimbal pitch down 30% upon acceleration. I use switch B for the program to implement auto roll on the gimbal at 20% to match rudder. I am curious if anyone else here has set up their goodluckbuy and Futaba (or another gimbal) to perform like this? I have not actually flown the quad as I am also in the middle of other work on it- so this is pure bench testing. I set up the aux channels so that 5 was a variable knob (E in my radio's case) and channel 8 was a variable (D for my radio) Ch 5 is the gimbal tilt connected to F2 on the Naza and has a 2 wire (signal and ground- or top and bottom) going to pitch pins on the goodluckbuy. Ch 8 is a 2 wire (same as pitch) going from my receiver (FrSky TFR8sb) on ch 8 to the roll pins on the goodluckbuy By using a program mix and setting it to turn on with swB I had ch4 as master and ch8 as slave with the percentages at 20% By using a curve mix and setting it to turn on with swA and having the master as 3 and the slave as 5 with the curve (5 point) 0@ #3, 18@ #4, and 40@ #5 (making a curve up as you move the right stick forward) I now have a gimbal that rolls approximately 20% to the right as the Phantom yaws right. The gimbal tilts down from 0 to 40% of travel upon acceleration, and should adjust automatically as the craft tips forward... but tweaking will be needed to confirm. Both auto tilt and roll are able to be turned off, and both work with the gimbal maintaining its leveling or proportional capability when auto rolling and tilting. Since I have a 10ch radio- that still leaves 2 channels open for the retracts and another switched accessory. Because there are so many gimbals and ways to connect and use them, I didn't want to go into detail over my specific set up in tutorial fashion- nobody uses my radio- but this can be easily done in the newer models of Futaba (and others) I am curious who else has played with this, and if there is something I may be missing on the configurations... it works on the bench- it should work in the air.