The two questions you need to answer for us are...
1- What is your budget ?
2- What do you want to shoot ?
It's pretty much impossible to answer without knowing these two answers first.
You could buy FOUR DJI Ronin gimbals that support the SAME camera weight for the price of ONE Movi M15.
...The DJI Ronin supports the SAME camera weight as the Movi M15, but costs one quarter of the price. So you could buy two DJI Ronin gimbals and it would still be HALF the price of the Movi M15.
People are asking for the name "MOVI" because it was the first on the market, but I don't think anyone will complain if you show up with a DJI Ronin instead.
Horrible new design. I used to be able to scan your main page and figure out what was new, and what interested me in about 30 seconds. Now it's a giant mess of web-stew, which is a giant pain in the *ss to navigate.
Stay away from bi-color LED lights as most of them have bad color shifts as you adjust the color temperature and their light output is on the low side.
Fluorescent lights have good color and good light output, but they are bulkly and fragile to transport.
ARRI tungsten style lights have excellent color and high light output, but they are heavy and get very hot in use. Converting them to daylight balance reduces the light output by almost 2 F-stops.
I would recommend the F&V K4000 1x1 Daylight LED lights, which cost around $400, have good light output, and fairly good color. ( one of my K4000 lights is a perfect balance for 5600 Kelvin, while another is much blue-er so I had to tape on a 1/4 CTO gel to get them to balance. No magenta or green casts in the K4000 lights I own. )
Yes, I highly recommend the Oscar Sound Tech lav mics ( they are pretty much clones of the TRAM TR50 lav mics ), and you can get one wired to plug directly into your TR-05 recorder for about $100. Excellent sounding lav mic.