I will do later.. I still need a boat load of stuff to complete the project yet so its not a great priority just yet..
I am wondering if I should just bite the bullet and go with a fatshark goggle to be honest, but I need to spend a bit more time convincing myself it is really necessary to spend even more money I was thinking with the mini I could more or less package the tx, camera and battery into a single compact unit and swap it between the Q800 and the IRIS easily, but I guess it would not really take much more work to swap a fatshark tx and gopro over anyway.
Just to balance out the plus and minus of the order..
When I opened up the Q800 box and saw the parts I thought that is a right ripoff, its bloody tiny, but now it is assembled its mahoosive with the exception of the shite quality allen key which lasted for about 5 out the 5 million screws needed and the arm mount which has definitely got a wrong sized insert somehow the quality seems to be really quite good indeed.
I think with hindsight I should maybe have used threadlock on the screws though so I will take a trip to halfords and grab some and re-build it tomorrow if I get a spare half hour or so.
The 7" Monitor with built in rx is pretty good too, not tried it outside in daylight of course but in the house I thought to myself wow that is a bright display - then when I looked in the settings I found it was only at half brightness as well so I think that will be pretty good outside.
Finally the FY G3 gimbal, 5 minutes and it was assembled, mounted on the Q800 and gopro fitted. Plugged it into a 3s lipo to test and right away its locked in solid with no adjustments or anything - Really quite impressed with that especially at the price. I have to admit when I opened the box I thought where the hell is the controller board, something else missing! but of course its not missing it is part of the frame and seems to have almost nothing on it but connectors! Clearly whatever IS on it works very well, I am really glad I decided to go for that option