Hi Dan: These videos just show that people buy things without even knowing how to tune them or operate them. It is not my business and it is the manufacturer responsability to help the customers. I know exactly what is happening on those Ronins but people don´t even check if their firmware version is the latest or not. I can tell you that I bought mine and the first thing I did was to update the firmware wich was in fact outdated. Secondly the problem with the vibrations is the gains being too high and ressonance due to the gimbal being on the stand. Sometimes my M10 when the gains are too high shakes like that and stops when you hold it with both hands. Did you know that there are different tunings to hold the gimbal on the two handles and on the top one? Gimbals are not toys. They are precision mechanisms and people have to learn, study and understand their functioning. Why do some people buy steadicams and have excellent footage and some get crappy stabilization and sell their rigs? Because like everything there is a learning curve and people want to run before learning how to walk. I have been in these last two years through all the problems that a 3 axis gimbal can have...from electronics to faulty batteries, from defects in the controller boards to broken IMU´s to reversed phase on the motors...well it doesn´t matter. What I can tell you is that I can easily fix almost any problem unless it is a part which needs replacement. Now you might ask why don´t you fix these guys gimbals? It is not my business. I operate Movi´s and Ronin´s and Squirrel and Beasteady for a living. Which one I prefer? MOVI. Which one I advise people if you ask me? The one you can afford. As simple as that. Are all gimbals the same? NO but are all cameras the same? 90% of all the cinematographers shoot daily low end cameras while others use different cameras from DSLR to Arri Alexa even to iphone. What counts is not the camera. It is the person behind the camera. The same happens with gimbals. I have seen terrible footage with the Movi and excellent footage with the Came.tv 7000. Is it better than the Movi? Not even in dreams. But still a cheap price allows you to do some moving shots without bumps and if you know how to fine tune it the results would be excellent. Would I buy one? NO! I live off operating these rigs and my level of demand is very high. I don´t play around with this I am hired to do the best possible work and I use what I have to use to achieve it with reliable consistent gear. I just create price levels and the Movi service happens to be the best one but the most expensive IMHO. Would I dare to use Ronin? Of course and I do. I can get very similar results not better or worse just different. Movi is lighter and never let me down. Ronin? Mine works perfectly started with the wrong foot but it performs beautifuly now. The problem in this industry are those who say" I HAVE A MOVI" but when they show up on set they bring a cheap clone. Most of the times Directors get disappointed with the shots and say I had very nasty experiences with the Movi. After they see the result with a "real" Movi they are convinced and realize they have been taken for a ride before. I hope you understood what I mean...practice makes perfect but it is not pushing the button and that´s it. Everyone of us has their secrets about their jobs and I have mine. Thank you for your comment.