I have a 2 axis (roll, tilt) Radian system setup on my 360 Cinestar Gimbal. I mounted both axis, daisy chained them, ran a power source through a 3C lipo to a BEC, to a AR8000 receiver and out from there via Aux with a standard servo extension to the Radian Roll Module. I unplugged the Roll & Tilt Servo connections from the Radian Roll & Tilt Modules, and connected the Radian Programming Module via USB to the Freefly Software. I made a connection and determined the default was correct for the Roll Axis. I then connected the Roll Servo to the Radian Roll Module and fired up the system, connected to the Freefly software. The roll axis did the initializing "twitch", then rolled to the right as far as it could go. I started reading how to adjust the center point, or Angle Trim to try and level this out. As I'm preparing to adjust that, the servo starts smoking. I immediately killed power and let it cool. It's apparent the servo is ruined. After reading over the entire manual and watching all of the tutorials, I was under the impression the roll axis would initialize relatively close to level. The power is being regulated by a BEC (a system I've been using for months with no issues), the servos are Freefly and there are no peculiar mounting issues going on with our rig. Any ideas why this would happen?