I've been authorized to post these images I took in my studio of the M5 that I received today. Here's the contents removed from the box: 1. Check out the camera frame. It attaches to the camera both by the 1/4 x 20 tripod mount and also via an attachment to the hot-shoe so the attachment is really solid which will mean that you can get higher gains. 2. The LiPo charger is the same as the M10. The LiPo's themselves are 4S, 1,300 milliAmp hour, you get two of them. 3. There are four countersunk camera mounting screws, two ball-end hex drivers and a tuning stand. 4. Here's the rear view of a Canon 5D Mark III with the 24-105 IS L lens. I did not have to make any changes to the default settings -- my AC and I just had to balance the camera, which seemed to be faster than balancing on the M10 (but that could be because we've sweated through it a few times on the M10). Note the different style of knuckles. The M5 worked like a charm. It was all I could do to resist doing a mirror selfie, but a guy has to have some dignity, right? ) Also note, I put a LiPo voltage monitor on the LiPo -- that did not come in the box. The LiPo is mounted right underneath the voltage monitor. It's actually powered up in this image but the strobes swamped the LEDs. And finally here's the front view: Bottom line: All indications are this is another extraordinary piece of equipment. Enjoy. Andy.