I can't believe this. My experience with the Phantom 2 keeps going downhill ever since the first time I played with it. - Get it, unbox it, calibrate, fly around in a 20 meters radius, be amazed like a kid at christmas - Realize you need an FPV system, research all the possibilities. - Solder, yes this is terrifying but you get it done. - Realize the stock antennas are crap, research alternatives. - Get new antennas, put them on, quality/range is great, you think you are all set! - Realize your copter is not flying straight. Research, find out you are suffering from magnetic declination - You dont want to move your compass, so you sit there waiting for a fix. - Then you just go up and down. When going down you realize the copter is doing some terrible rocking, you freak out. - Research the behavior, realize you are not supposed to go straight down, physics dont allow it. - In the mean time you pay 600 hundred box for the 3D gimbal - You receive it, unbox it, only to find that the small ribbon cable is broken. (fortunately another one is included) - Research the installation, wonder why the hell people make holes in their Phantom - Realize that there is two types of H3-3d gimbals and two types of Phantom 2 - Come to terms with the fact that you have the fragile type of gimbal, and the original P2, which means yes drilling - Replace the broken cable, get the right screws and some washer, install. (I have yet to do this) - Terrible things can still happen since now you are have read all about the H3-3D gimbal. What really bothers me is to find out about those well known issues well after buying stuff.. All this mess cause I didn't want to be stuck with a stock camera on a Vision. This might help others, if not well it definitely make me feel better by sharing my pain. Needless to say I'll be psyched the day it will all work fine considering what you have to go through to get there.