Hello, I recently picked up a Digital Juice Spyder Pod Mount and a Ninja Star adapter plate for my Movi M5. Today I attached it all to the hood of my car and drove off with a buddy who was the remote operator. Our hopes were high as he steered the Movi using a Spektrum DX7S and a Paralinx feed to a SmallHD monitor. Technology is very impressive these days. When I got home and looked at the footage I was disappointed to see that 90 percent of it was unusable. There was way too much shake and it seemed as if the stabilization couldn't overcome any bumps, (I live in Boston so there are many). I've also ran the rig hanging off the side of the car on the Digital Juice car mount. In this configuration the footage was awesome. So my theories are as follows. Because the car mount was secured in the center of the hood, the hood was flexing as we drove causing more vibration than the Movi could overcome? I must adjust settings in inverted mode? Anyone trying to do anything similar? Am I just expecting too much in terms of the Movi being able to absorb potholes and T tracks? I haven't messed around too much with configuring the Movi so any advice would be appreciated.