Very cool announcement, on that pre-order grind as per usual. Did have a couple of questions though: Batteries -Due to the wiring of the batteries and their placement, does the rig drain one battery at a time? If so, does the voltage indicated by the camera we're using show total battery remaining for both batteries or just what's left prior to a switch over? -The only public info for the batteries so far is 1.8Ah. Do they fall within the acceptable Lithium-Ion limits to fly with multiple batteries on a plane? 100Wh is the limit for individual batteries on most airlines, or in the case of some airlines, you are allowed to carry a maximum of two that are above the limit. -How fast do the new batteries charge from a depleted state to fully charged state? FIZ -It is assumed that the FIZ built into the MoViPro is similar in tech to the Freefly Wedge. However, does it have any additional capability to run other types of motors? -Can the receiver unit be programmed to communicate with popular hand units already owned by operators? I, for one, own an RT Motion and would love to be able to give the hand unit to an AC without also having to give them a MoVi Controller, particularly if there's already a Remote Operator. Internal Wiring -According to the information page, the user can now simply rotate the gimbal at the "roll" axis to allow for easy inverted operating without having to remount the camera or flip an image in post. Is there only one direction that the roll can occur due to what I assume are internal wires? Do we run the risk of rotating multiple times in a direction and damaging components which we can't see? -How easy is it to get at internal wiring for maintenance? Or will we always be in a situation of shipping the rig back to Freefly HQ for tune ups? Mimic 2.0 -What's the new range of the Mimic 2.0? -Can the Mimic be used as a handheld camera/MoVi control unit if not connected as the primary controller? -How is the Mimic 2.0 powered? -Is there room for future camera control updates or software releases to control other cameras? Can they be easily loaded into the MoViPro/Mimic? -Does the Mimic 2.0 have Run/Stop capability? Ring/Stand -Do the new feet on the stand articulate in some way so that they can be cleared from appearing in frame due to tilting? Could they be removed altogether? -Does the new ring play nice with the M15 dock? -Does the articulating monitor mount come with all MoViPros? It isn't listed as a separate accessory on the store page as far as I can tell. Balance -Does the MoViPro have any additional front to back balancing space compared to the M15? -Does the design of the MoVi Pro (the angled back) mean that there is less space to slide tall cameras farther back as compared to the M15? (C300 etc) -The M15 weight limit was always a "suggested" 15 lbs, but owner ops routinely tasked the rig with greater payloads with success. How flexible is the MoViPro 6.8kg weight limit? -Has the camera cage changed dimensions at all since the M15? -Can we still adjust the camera cage/staging area horizontally from the roll motor? This was handy for awkwardly lopsided camera payloads or situations where the camera was barely wide enough to fit in the cage so roll balance adjustments had to happen in other places. -Should the gimbal be autotuned between lens swaps due to the new precise calibration and quick autotune time? Or should one autotune per camera build suit most cases unless the type of lenses themselves drastically changes? -Now that we're able to remove batteries from cameras with the new power system, is Freefly considering offering some kind of counter balance kit for operators looking to fly heavier lenses but still needing to achieve front/back balance without a battery on the camera body itself? We've had to develop workarounds in the past, but curious if this is something that more people would be interested in. That's everything I can think of for now, curious if anyone else has additional questions to add.