Nick, I think you missed the whole point of 32-bit audio. I may be wrong so this isn't putting your comment down at all as you may be talking about something else that I don't understand. But with 32bit float audio there is no reason at all to set the audio gain or monitor it. Everything is captured and you adjust it in post. It actually makes the whole process easier. The only reason to monitor the sound is probably just before you start filming to check the mic placement. It actually looks like a brilliant bit of kit as it's a simple 'hit record' and then you can choose your levels in post knowing the recording won't have clipped at all. It's basically a small Zoom F6 for a lav mic. If I were to film weddings (as I can see that is what you do) this would definitely be something I would use. I also have the DR-10L and love it. But having the safety of 32bit float makes this a better option. You can never clip the audio. Just my opinion.
It does look very interesting, although I do agree the price seems pretty steep. I am currently a Besteady owner and if truth be told I would get any gimbal out there once it has been out for a while so we can see proof it works, over the besteady any day. Owned it for about a year....successfully got it to work 3 or 4 times. So many issues and bad customer support. I wish I had waited longer before jumping on the bandwagon!