Yesterday I attended class with Alex Buono (http://www.alex-buono.com/), it was about Visual Storytelling. Great all day session with some insanely cool tips and gear. He's a very talented guy, does all the shorts for SNL and has made a few movies... super talented. Anyway, one of the "toys" he brought along was the (now famous) MōVI. Like many here, I think I have seen every bit of footage from the thing. And given my experience with freefly products the past year or so, I felt oddly close to it. Alex talked in depth about how they used it in this clip (starting at 3:20). It was very strange to hear non RC people talk about the batteries, hear Alex talk about challenges with balance, etc. And at the same time, it was nice to speak up and talk about what we do and how we use similar gear on the copter. And, it was super cool to get a good amount of time just inspecting the MōVI and seeing how it was built. First off, I have to say, its like SILK in its movement. I was stunned how well each axis moved. It did seem to go a little crazy at times, but I think it wasn't balanced all that well. Its a great evolution, and I'm really happy to see so much pub it gets. Here is a little video of me imitating Tabb: Which begs my question... will FreeFly sell just the "servos" or "BL motors" or whatever they are called now. Similar to how they had the Radian upgrades. Would love to have that movement on my rig. So much cleaner than the the gear driven stuff. Tabb, if you see this, I would love to test out a "retro kit", haha... I'll even make a video tutorial for you Please... Anyway, it was a fun day and cool to see the thing in person.