Hello! We have reviewed Freefly's Movi C APIs and understand that it allows 3rd party controllers to control the gimbal axes (including from a PC). In Movi's Facebook Live session on Movi APIs, one of Freefly's engineer mentions that the API is hardware agnostic and can allow control from Arduino, STM and even PCs (video in link below). We want to use these APIs and write a controller software on a Linux PC; the controller would essential control all 3 gimbal axis and command them to move in a predetermined manner. A few questions please: 1) How can we directly interface a PC to Movi's GCU (COM1 & COM2)? The question is specifically about the type of cable required. OR - is the correct approach to go through an Arduino/STM based middleware? 2) Re on-wire status packet - at what rate can we expect to readout the gimbal quats? Also, is there timestamp information included in the status packets (don't see that defined in the api doc), so we can use that to plot / analyze the actual trajectory of the gimbal for post-processing? 3) How are the gimbal quats calculated - are they calculated from on-board rotary encoders or on-board IMU? We are basically trying to figure out the kind of hardware used and how accurate are these quats? We love this product based on what we've seen on your website and YouTube channel, and are interested to explore it's use for a custom application. Appreciate your response. Thank you!