What mode are people taking off and landing in? The reason I ask is that if you take off in full control, the M10 is clearly going to try to turn the airframe if it is still on the ground just like the old Cinestar 3 axis did. So, I have tried taking off in 'kill' but find that as I take off, regardless of how well balanced the camera is (a 5d mk3 with 24-105 lens in my case), the camera can start to move around a heck of a lot- I suspect due to prop wash. The problem is that when I then engage the motors they often futt out and I have to land the aircraft to reset. In majestic mode this seems better but again I am often getting a futt out on take off. What gives? When I fly the gimbal is in aircraft mode rather than handheld too. Lastly, is there a way that should the gimbal futt out that it can be reset without having to land? Flicking in and out of kill mode does not seem to achieve this. When the futt out happens it is just the motors turning off to preserve them I presume so it is not as if the gyros need to re-initialise. Lastly, unless I am being a bit bone (more than likely!), the manual seems very weak on the flying side of things eg what mode should you take off in, what is the difference between handheld and airborne mode. How gains are affected (seems to be quite a difference once up in the air compared to the stand) etc.