I am having some pretty bad jello issues with my new P2 / H3-3D combo. There are quite a few people on another forum who have similar issues and we are trying to solve it. I was wondering who here has this new setup and if you are getting smooth video or not and if so, how your P2 is setup. For those not aware, when I say jello, it is the wavy-ness of the picture during certain frequencies of vibration caused by the motors. It looks as though you are viewing the video through a clear sheet of jello in front of the lens. The balls attached to the gimbal are in place to reduce these vibrations. The new setup comes with different dampening balls and most people are using the ones pre-installed on the gimbal - the white 30's. There is varied success with these as some people report no problems and others are reporting severe jello. Others have found success with the softer black 50 balls, while others that attempt these get violent shaking of the craft with these attached. Some have added sorbothane to their gimbal when using the 50's with improved results. Also being tested with all of these variations are changes in the gains and different camera settings (1080p/2.7k & 30fps/60fps) If you have found success (or if you have jello), with the new H3-3D, please report here with your setup - (ie. what balls, what gains, camera settings and flying conditions). I need some ideas as everything I have attempted has produced jello which I never had on my 2D.