I spend the last two days using the Movi Pro on a shoot. I had a continuous problem with the pan not centering up. I didn't have time to make a movie of the problem and I'll try and do that in the next day or so. Here's what I found. If the camera is pointed to the left when I boot up it stays pointed about 10º or 15º to the left after the boot. It tries to swing into center but slows down and stops before it gets there. The exact same thing happens when I boot up with the camera point to the right. The camera is 10º to 15º to the right. I also notice that if I am working with the camera and I pan the ring left the camera slowly, as expected, starts moving back to center but it stops about the same 10º off center. Same thing with a pan to the right. I can slowly move the ring to center it up with the camera and the camera doesn't move. This is consistent. I tried different auto tune settings. Double checked the balance and used the app to experiment with a lot of different settings with no improvements. Most of the time I use a 2 operator setup with me running the Mimic and an operator handling the MoviPro rig so this problem has not shown up in the footage. Yesterday was all one man band and I was having a real problem getting the shots to properly resolve because I could not accurately predict where the pan motor would stop. I could have also used a little more responsiveness in pan. Roll and tilt were excellent and smooth as a rock but I needed a little faster response to pan. If I jacked up the pan settings things didn't seem to improve that much and if I got high enough the rig started to vibrate. So are there settings I'm missing? I'm still a little mistimed when it comes to settings. Basically I'd like to tighten the easing and responsiveness on pan like you can on a remote head for a jib or a motion control rig. Anybody else having these issues? Any suggestions on tuning or settings that will give me more control over pan. A bunch of years running a Steadicam taught me how to run with the Movi but really need a better way to control pan. The odd thing is that tilt seems to work just the way I want it to. I'm having absolutely no problems maintaining headroom and I've never touched those settings.