I'm considering getting a DJI Phantom for use with a GoPro Hero3 (Black Edition). The cost is pretty reasonable considering how much you get but... There seem to be a bunch of things people are adding on and I'm concerned that I've only seen the smallest portion of the picture. That I'm heading down a path of spending lots of hobby money. Not that I won't do it, but I'd like some idea where I'm going before I start down the path. Here are things I've observed: The Phantom seems to come with a GoPro mount, but no stabilization or gimbal. Does that mean I'm going to have a bunch of video shot with the camera pointing the wrong way? Does it mean my video will be shaky? There is the Zenmuse gimbal, which appears to cost about the same price as the Phantom itself. Questions: 1) Is it worth it; and 2) Does it stabilize the video? There appears to be a DJI Phantom with a built-on camera. Is this preferable to the GoPro? Does it have stabilization and/or directional (gimbal) ability? I'm sure I'm not asking all or even the right questions, but here's one last one: Are these things crashing and/or breaking or is it as easy as it looks? I'd like to fly it off beachside cliffs and things like that. Thanks!