Wanted to post some photos of what is coming to those of you with MōVI's on order. Full disclosure that as a moderator I am biased to Freefly products. But I will keep this factual for you. Here's what shows up. The large box is the M10 and the smaller box is the MR upgrade to an M10. Opening up the M10 you find the top protective layer and the manual for the Spektrum DX7 transmitter. At the top you see the stand in it's collapsed condition. If you saw the original stand at NAB this is a totally new design. the 4 arms contain bungee cords and each arm plugs into the center column so that you can quickly assemble and un-assemble the stand for travel. Taking off the top foam you see the entire kit. I have removed the small bag at the top of the previous photo. Will show those contents later. Here's a series of closeups. This first one shows the transmitter, neck strap and charger for the DX7S. Moving up you see the 2 batteries and the battery charger. Stand is at the top. On the upper right you see the upper part of the M10. The M10 is fully assembled with the exception of the top carry handle. There is nothing other than sliding the handle into the top bracket and tightening the 4 M3 bolts. And finally the lower right section. The bag contains the power and battery attach cable for the charger. In the plastic bag you find some extra large o-rings which are used for securing the battery, extra foam sticky pads if the receiver or other items would ever need to be removed and replaced, cap head screws for use on the camera mounting plate (acts as a stop for the plate when mounted on the M10), two 1/4-20 screws for the camera plate (two lengths which make a difference. My D800 needed the shorter screw), two extra friction clamp replacements and finally the only two tools that you need. Now I will pontificate for a moment. Those two hex drivers are an example of what sets Freefly apart from others. Someone took the time to not just supply a hex driver but a ball tip hex driver. Might not sound important but as you are setting up the MōVI or really any other device that needs adjustment, a ball tip means that you can come in at an angle without damaging the socket on the bolt. The Freefly team pays attention at this level of detail. This is just one example of design excellence. Here's the contents of the MR Kit box. Two of the landing gear legs that plug into the center Pan hub with a dovetail like fitting, a leg that mounts to the back of the pan arm and the star plate for attaching to a Cinestar multi-copter. Bag contains all of the screws required. Time to install, at least on my first attempt was about 10 minutes. Simple process. Take the top crossbar handle off the M10. Attach the legs, 4 screws on each of the front legs and a clamp with 4 screws for the back Pan tube leg, 4 screws to attach the star plate. Done and ready to mount to the copter. Setup and balance is straight forward. First time will take you some time, about an hour or so, to methodically go through each of the steps. At a high level, mount the camera and adjust for front to back, adjust for tilt, adjust for roll, adjust for Pan. No tools needs except for gross adjustment of the roll beam (large hex) and Pan adjustment of the clamps (small Hex). Take time to get it perfect. Perfect balance is one of the key successes to get perfect image capture. After doing it several times I can do a change in about 15 minutes. Likely that time will decrease a bit with more practice. The tuning with the software is straight forward. I have tried the Mac OS and Windows versions. Need to get an Android tablet to try that one. DX7 is straight forward on how to use. And now the subjective part of this. If you appreciate the effort that goes into clean functional designs and really take a look at what Tabb and the Freefly team have created you will realize that the thought, engineering, ease of use for the user that went into not only the M10 but the entire Freefly product family is incredible. Fit and finish, flexibility, nearly tool less adjustments. The amount of testing, tweaking, changes that went into the M10/MR shows in the final product that is shipping. Pretty sure you are going to like what you see when yours shows up.