Before you reply, I am looking for actual answers, not "It works great!" or "I think it looks perfect!" or even "I ordered one, can't wait" these questions have been answered in full in other topics. I have been looking at videos for the Rotorpixel gimbal (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3E85L4FPRVQ) and the Dronexpert gimbal (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkYnkfw02_8) I can understand how the Dronexpert gimbal works, I can see that it draws power from the FC200 jack, and the IMU is attached to the camera along with the 3.5mm jack. I am not looking for an answer to which of the two is best, this also has been discussed at length in other topics. When reading up on the Rotorpixel gimbal, the homepage says: ----- SIMPLE PLUG-AND-PLAY INSTALLATION No soldering. No disassembling the Phantom frame. Simply detach the Vision camera, attach our gimbal, and plug in 2 cables, and you're ready to fly! It really couldn't be any easier. ----- Which is great, but I can for the life of me not figure out, how it draws power, or where the IMU is located, let alone how the tilt is controlled? The videos show it keeping the camera level, but not operated via the remote/phone app. The stills show the gimbal without cables attached. Anybody knows how it ACTUALLY works?