I recently bought a used P1. The reason I bought it was to get some additional flight practice without exposing my P2+ to possible damage.I am on my 3rd gimble/camera on the P2. The P1 came with a lot of extras which included a FPV monitor and 5.8 mhz transmitter and a set up for dual batteries. The Go-Pro was solid mounted,really simple. When I bought it the FPV parts were not mounted on the unit. It did just what I hoped it would do and proved itself to be almost indestructible and fun to fly. Eventually I decided to "improve it". I purchased a cheap gimble from China ($60.00) and mounted the FPV transmitter on the craft. My impression of the gimbal was that it looks pretty robust, but is rather heavy. It also takes it,s power from the flight battery. My first flight went OK, but the craft was noticeably more sluggish. And my flight time went from around 15 minutes to about 7. I tried again with another battery and it stayed at around 6 or 7 minutes. At this point I think I will go back to the minimal configuration and just use it as a fun little trainer. Does this sound typical of what adding a little more weight does? Could the cheap gimble be robbing that much power from the flight battery? I guess I will use my P2+ for any serious photo work and just enjoy flying the P1.