Hello. I am pondering the idea of using my P4P for interior video shots to compliment exterior video I have been doing for a real estate agent. I have seen videos of people using this method and I'm not too impressed with the results of hand-holding the phantom for video. Yes, it is more stabilized than not using any gimbal at all, but it's often still "bouncy" and not as smooth as I would like. Has anyone used any kind of roller system or slider with their phantom? I am thinking about going to home depot and trying to rig a rolling platform up to use. Also, when I tried to hand hold the phantom and pan side-to-side I noticed a gimbal twitch as it reaches its left or right limits. Is this a normal phenomenon? I haven't noticed it while flying, but I usually don't yaw at a high enough rate for the gimbal to be forced to its side to side limits. The reason I want to use the P4P for interior video is because the camera is way better than my ten-year-old canon rebel and its what I have right now. Any suggestions or ideas for a rolling device would be appreciated. Or if somebody has found a way to keep it very stabilized while hand holding, I would love to hear about that too.