I've been shooting a bunch with the unit, lately. Setup is with Epic - no sidehandle, powered by AB mounted on top handle. Bartech/Heden FF, and Paralinx+ transmitting. I've got one D-tap running to a breakout mounted to the camera powering AKS. Zeiss ZF2 conversions (35/50) and Canon 16-35 and 24-70 being the most used combos. We've had it on the ice shooting NHL promos, out the door of an A-Star shooting heli-skiing, on skis through a boardercross course, and on the back of a snowmobile. The unit's been overall pretty great. I was a bit disappointed to lose horizon while pulling Gs through corners on the heli. I was hoping the GPS compensation would keep up, but it didn't. Level horizon came back slowly after about 30 seconds after each hard turn. That should be addressed. I checked the tablet during the flight and it was showing full GPS connectivity. In a full day of shooting out the door of the heli, the unit only crapped out twice, both under heavy G-force and wind. We had to put down and shut down to reset in both cases. It worked well through the corners of the boardercross course. It kept a level horizon and was a great tool. The line of sight Paralinx we were using was the limiter in that case, as we'd lose signal to the remote as I rounded turns out of sight. When catching air on skis, the unit would temporarily lose it's direction when landing, but then would be back in control quickly after that. It works great on skates. We pulled some pretty sweet shots very quickly. Easyrig is what saves the day every time. I used it out the heli door, on skis on the boardercross course, over the jumps, and off the back of the snowmobile and on the NHL rink. It would have been impossible to do what we did without it. For short shots I used it handheld, but for everything else, the easyrig was on.