I searched around for two days now, as I really didn't want to ask a redundant question (i.e. one that has already been answered or discussed somewhere, so if it has I apologize) Basically, Just curious what others are doing to ensure that things are well balanced when running a cable from the camera to a monitor, or the million other reasons you'll have cables on the rig. For my last few shoots I have had a bare-bones setup with the DP4 monitor connected via the right-angle HDMI cable provided by Freefly. I have found that the cable, when attached, does not allow me to get a "perfect" balance, mostly with tilt - in that the balanced camera will not stay still where it should when you shift the tilt (as explained in Tabb's video). The cable creates a bit of a pull. It's minor, but enough that the motors work a bit harder then they necessarily should. I tinkered and tinkered yesterday trying to find the ideal balance, cables attached, but never got it to where I could with the cables taken away. Any thoughts on this?; Or am I being overly picky on balance? Thanks everyone.