Update: I still have my Mobius Mini, which can't hold a charge for beans. But, while this forum is about micro builds, I feel like blaming you all for my compulsion to "put a cam on it".
Thus, I have wired up an EF-02 (bartered from @NotFastEnuf for an R111XN), with it's reversed power plug (I have you now!), and a lovely LED strip from Adafruit for some LOS orientation. The sweetest upgrade was the RaceFlight One beta that dropped just yesterday, which had defaults that Just Worked, as opposed to the hellish bad tuning from the prior revision I was running.
Had to reorient the stack hardware a bit, twist the cloverleaf to fit (closely) against the frame, and add Threadlocker Blue (I'm not ready to CA yet, but I might have to) to the cam mount struts.
A little rewiring for tidiness, and an official RaceFlight battery strap (instead of my office supply velcro strap), and I'm ready to send this up.
p.s. Part of why I added the LED is because this thing is a rocket. @Denovich has a tuning method of gathering blackbox data while simply applying throttle from 0% to 100%. While doing that in my cul-de-sac, this was out of sight so quickly that my throttle slide was maybe a second long. In order to show this off, I envisioned having to set up a vid cam a ways away. Hopefully I'll have something to show off later today.
Put A Cam On It
Adafruit LED Strip
Cloverleaf close to hardware