Summary: Can one trim the 'center' position of the camera in relation to forward flight? Mine is off by about 10 degrees. So I crashed... Broke a few wires on the gimbal so I had no tilt or pan. The gimbal was centered to forward flight though. In the process of finding the broken wires I apparently moved the forward center position. I took off the 'bridge clip' that holds in the cylinder with the wires and then I went one step further and took out the 4 larger screws that were 'further down toward the camera' I guess you could say. I must have clocked that 90 degrees when I was messing with it as the next test flight the gimbal was pointed 90 degrees to the right. I clocked it back so I'm mostly forward but I'm clearly off by about 10 degrees still. I tried clocking just the cylinder with wires under the 'bridge clip' but that did not help. I did also calibrate the Compass, Accelerometer and Gimbal but that did not fix.