Hey Andy, if you aren’t happy with the question raised below, feel free to delete the thread... Those of us who follow YouTube know that to date no major YouTube channel with influence on video gear purchases has reviewed the Movi. Why is that? It’s certainly clear that manufacturers of other gimbals have “enlisted” influencers, and in the case of at least one popular gimbal vendor, free product and payments seem to be applied very liberally. My gut reaction, perhaps incorrect, is that YouTube “influencers” want to see free product and cash up front, and that Freefly isn’t prepared to co-operate. Any other explanations? I’m raising this because I think it raises a question about where YouTube is going and the integrity of the people behind popular channels. How hard is it for a manufacturer to resist this game? On a personal level, I decided to purchase a Movi after coming across Mark Spencer’s review. Whatever the technical shortcomings of his review, which he pointed out himself in the comments, he is not a shill. I had a quite different reaction to Moment’s “collaboration” on its anamorphic lens with Peter McKinnon and others. As far as I am concerned, the main question is how much Moment had to pay McKinnon to shill its product. We appear to be at the point where companies like Zhiuyn and Moment are trying to turn YouTube into the Shopping Channel, but with less transparency.