I wanted to share some fun info about the new Chrosziel FIZ Motors designed with the Movi Pro Molex Connector. https://shop.chrosziel.de/shop/eng/...al-motor-cdm-100m-for-freefly-movi-pro-gimbal I got to test out their motor for 3 days while I was running around with my movi pro at NAB. I have read a lot about the Redrock Motors burning out and even a Heden from somone on the forum (could be wrong about the heden). This is due to the 6S voltage coming from the Movi Pro batteries. I even spoke with Redrock at NAB and they confirmed that this is a problem, but they say this is on freefly's side... Which it kind of is, but another issue is their motors are designed to run on voltages from Vmount batteries 12-15Volts. Luckily the Chrosziel motors naturally run at 24Volts so you should have no concern of any over voltage issues. I was demoing Hollyland's wireless video TX & RX's at their booth so I had the movi up and running over 70% of the day non stop. A friend at the booth was controlling the zoom of the lens via the mimic's gesture function and we were at it all day for the three days and experienced no problems. I even have to say the motor is really lightweight and fun to use. The only thing about it is the motor is built out horizontally instead of vertically like the Heden motors. This can be a pro or a con depending on what lens/camera config you are using as with most things. If you wanted to mount all 3 motors on the gimbal with a short zoom lens like the 11-20 T3 PL GL Optics you may need to use their large wheel and a small wheel together on one side to make both fit on the same side and the third will be no issue on its own side. I own a complete magnum system with 3x Heden Motors 1x M26 and 2x M21VEL, I have experience with Preston HU3 and their DM1x,2 motors as well as Arri's CLM 3,4 and their new CForce mini/Plus. I am very critical when it comes to pulling focus and performance of the motors. Even though I wasn't on a true high stakes Film or Commercial shoot with it the motor performed flawlessly, connected to the movi and worked right away. The motor never overheated/burnt out and I would even go to say that it has almost as 90-95% torque and speed as my Heden M21VEL at 2x the cost. If you are looking for FIZ motor solutions on the Movi Pro save yourself the $200 on the motor cable and just buy their motor which comes with the cable integrated into. If you are shooting with RED or any non Arri Camera it will make the FIZ solution similar to what the Alexa Mini did to integrate FIZ into the body. Just my 2 cents would love to hear thoughts and feedback from others! little shot of it running from my phone.