Hi everyone, First of all, hello and thank you to everyone who's made this community such a helpful resource! I've technically had my Inspire 1 for a few months, but a big portion of those were flightless due to a bum USB port on the controller that never allowed me to perform the initial setup... but that's another story. I've been piloting nano quads for a few months, mostly terrorizing my dog all around the house but the Inspire is my first experience flying a platform of this complexity. First flights went really well... and on the weekend, feeling pretty good about myself, I miscalculated the distance to a tree and got a lot closer than anticipated. Luckily, the Inspire got entangled with a small, flexible branch, but the gimbal and gimbal mounting plate got torn off. I eventually retrieved the Inspire (stuck on a fairly high branch), and reassembled everything. The tally was pretty light, all things considered: damage to all four props, a cracked lens filter on the gimbal, and not much else. After reassembly (including four fresh props, of course), I was able to successfully take off and fly around. A few minutes in, I got a 'Gimbal Overload' error on the status bar, so I landed. Powered down, powered back up, and tried again. I flew a few more minutes without the warning, then reached a low batt state and came in for final landing. I watched the footage, and found that while the camera was steady throughout the first flight, there was a rhythmic oscillation on the second and third flights. I must have either mounted the gimbal vibration dampener incorrectly, or not noticed other damage that occurred during the collision. Any thoughts/suggestions on what to look for? I'm happy to process/post the before/after footage later this evening, if it helps. Thanks! Really looking forward to getting the bird back in the air (and keeping it away from trees!!!) Cheers!