Yeah, I came here to see what the rig looked like.
This can't be a "complete" review due to the omission of fcpx as stated by others. And the given reason may be indicative to the reviewer's experience, but is certainly not accurate to many, many others.
I won this camera as a "grand prize" in a festival, used it on 2 shoots, hated it... and I still can't even sell it for half the price.
It also allows some amazing tracking shots from cars without needing to mount to the vehicle. Here's a still from the Osmo. Low-light isn't the greatest of course, but still usable.
A number of years ago I decided to own, and in the time since the gear as more than paid for itself. But it comes down to the kind of work you're doing. A handful of times a month I'll get a call for a job simply because I have a certain peice (glidecam, slider, hacked 5D, wireless sound etc). My decision came about when I needed something, and even tho I searched for the better part of a week, every rental house was out. And it was for something really simple: matte box and follow focus. It hurt me on a shoot, and I decided to never rely on rentals as the work I do is usually fairly quick turnaround, without the time for prep.
This of course will depend greatly on where you are located and the exact industry you'd be catering towards.
Owning the gear also allows me to know it inside out and stay updated on unique ways people may be using it and so I can try it out myself at no cost and then have an additional "tool/service" with my experience.
Now I own a 5D, a7s, fs700 (which has brought me way more work than when I simply had a 5D), gh4 and gopro 4 for the phantom, among various other support gear. I'm also 4k ready with the odyssey 7Q+ and shogun. It's a bit overkill, but I have the choice to decide the best camera for any shoot now as well as a backup whenever I go out.
All this started long ago with purchasing the hvx200 (very fond memories of that one) and it's easy enough to sell and upgrade gradually.