So I bought a “budget Chinese” gimbal and was fortunate enough to have only 6 pieces in the box. There are 4 rubbers, 1 mounting bracket, and the gimbal itself. No instructions, screws, or decoder ring. I’ve found a couple videos which were very helpful. I’m just looking for a bit of input before I put power to the gimbal and possibly fry $70.00 or worse yet, beat the daylights out of my new Hero 3+ Black. The Naza connections seem straightforward. F2 bottom is the pitch controller I am looking for. The gimbal has 4 columns of 3 pins. I’m thinking the Chinese are building them all pretty similar so the inboard column is the winner. I can’t imagine connecting the pitch control to “GND”, which is the bottom pin. I’m thinking the next pin is power because of the “VCC” next to it. That just leaves the “A3” pin which will go to the Naza F2 bottom pin. Here's what I picked up from Amazon but the product image only has 2 columns of 3 pins. Guess I got the super-deluxe model. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GAY ... UTF8&psc=1 52:30 into this Rotorpixel video seemed to answer my question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxODGoGo8O4 I’m willing to go with whatever most folks suggest. I’m new at this. Your reward will be some pretty cool video of the Big Horn Mountains and maybe some wildlife, the four-legged kind. We got a foot of snow last week and yesterday it was 86 degrees. Anyone else get a peek at Winter yet? Thanks UPDATE: That's what I did and it tests OK on the bench. Going flyin'. Update to the Update: Life is good, video is awesome. Antelope don't really like their picture taken.