Read my post above regarding Turbo Ace. I have used many 3 axis gimbals. DJI Ronin is more money, but worth it.
Purchased an AllSteady 5 pro a couple weeks ago. I had buyers remorse after a week I bought it. The product had not shipped yet, I sent them an email to cancel it, and they never responded. It was shipped out the following day. I told them I did not want want the AllSteady 5 pro anymore because the warranty policy was terrible. (They give you 30 days warranty on products and only 30 days. CAME is covered for 1 year) I told them I would not open the box, and send it right back in brand new condition. They said I could send it back, but I would be charged a 20% restocking fee. I couldn't believe it, over $300 bucks for an unopened box. They told me I should understand the cost of production with building these units because they are made in America. Lame excuse....Trust me, these gimbals do not look too much different from the other 3 axis gimbals you find on Ebay using the same exact software costing hundreds of dollars less. Turbo Ace is not a professional product. If you are getting paid gigs, avoid it at all cost. Anyway, since they were going to charge me 20%, I thought I would open up the box and check it out. The quality of the AllSteady 5 pro is not up to par with other gimbals. The Birdycam and Ronin offer way better value. Some of the wires were frayed and it looked like they did a terrible glue job on some of the parts. It's a pain to balance compared to the Birdycam and Ronin. AllSteady 5 is not completely tool-less either. The camera tray that slides up and down to balance the Tilt is a pain because it is not tool-less and the plate gets stuck because the plate doesn't slide up and down evenly. You can't make fine micro adjustments without spending a lot time on it. Yes the Ronin is heavier, but offers way better functionality and ease to balance. Same with the birdycam. Customer service from Turbo Ace is GREAT....BEFORE you buy from them. After they have your money, good luck. They don't respond to emails, and they don't completely address your concerns. Save your money and go with other proven gimbal companies. Trust me, it's worth it. You will seriously regret dealing with this company. Another 3 axis gimbal made in America is the GyroVU. Customer service is great, but I have not used the product. http://www.gyrovu.com/.
For me, I'm going with the Ronin. It offers a way better value and functionality then any other 3 axis gimbal in my view. Movi is king though!