Hey Thrill seekers, I've seen this happen in the field and always assumed it was a temporary loss of signal, or interference or some other distance related thing. But today, I'm in my shop, just practicing fly overs. I have my M5 mounted to my CineSlider which is mounted to the ceiling, and I'm about 6' away from it. I notice that from time to time (make that regularly) I get a little "Bump" in the image. Again, I assumed it was some temporary drop out. So I put a GoPro on my bench to watch the camera overhead and also recorded what the camera sees and bigger than anything, my camera...excuse me....my M5 will from time to time, just tilt down a bit, seemingly of its own accord. I've checked and rechecked for binding cables or something else that might cause the issue but have found nothing. I'm thinking I'll try using the skinny FFly cables to hardwire camera to monitor somehow to bypass the Connex TX to see if that's causing some interference. Any troubleshooting ideas?