I'm a newbie here in desperate need of info. Was flying my Phantom 2 today FPV using the zenmuse H2 3d gimble and a go cam as my fpv cam. Kept noticing the cam turning to the left as if though I was banking a turn. I was going forward. It would straighten up for a bit, then do it again. Then all of a sudden, the P2 came crashing down in a wobbly flat spin. Still had 57% battery left. I was told that I should not have attached the USB cable to feed my imersion TX to the side of the camera. It puts a load on the motors in the gimble. Was the gimble fighting to stay level and burned up the motor thus freaking out the naza imu? I realized that I could have used the wires in the P2 to feed the video to the TX. Now when I fire up,the P2 the gimble tilts fine, and stays level when tipped, but when I hold the P2 flat and rotate it, the gimble try's to tip the cam. Then it levels out and the rear motor buzzes. So would a pissed off gimble influence the Naza controller? I actually flew the P2 with the cam and zenmuse with out the cord plugged in the side of the cam and had a perfect flight before today when all heck broke loose. I have not had a chance to fly the P2 without the zenmuse to rule out a bad naza IMU. Totaled out all 4 props and the prop guards which proved to be useless. I did perform a test on the IMU in the assist software and everything looked good. I have a feeling I just trashed a 359.00 zenmuse. I only had 2 flights on the zenmuse. Think DJI will help me out? So what do you all think? Thanks for your help!