For the most part, V1.20 is very disappointing. The imagery shows significant focus problems. The good news is the revised EIS did a very good job even when going over the "washboard" of paving pushed together during stops on a downhill slope (hot summer sun, hot paving, paving moves). The audio dropout problem is definitely present. The setup: shooting 1080p @ 60 fps. The only change to settings was to shift from multi-point metering to center metering. Going over my videos, exposure on the road may be under-exposed because of bright, sunlit clouds in the overall image. Here are three frames showing the focus problem. The side of the frame is appropriately sharp for shooting at around 30 mph / 50 km/h. The overhanging road signs, the traffic lights, and cars are out of focus. Focus #1 In the next frame, the distant center of the image is still poorly focused. Look at the on-coming Mercedes SUV's grill and the overall vehicle. It's closer than the signs and still out of focus. Focus #2 The distance to the objects in the center is less, but they remain out of focus. Focus #3 This is a different scene, but the focus problem remains obvious. Note, too, the leaves on the right side of the frame are smeared even though I was braking and down to about 15-20 mph / 25-30 km/h. Focus #4 Finally, here's the dropout issue displayed. The timeline (blue bar at the bottom) is zoomed in about as tight as possible. The cursor is at the next to last frame (at 14:53:53 - see the counter near the lower left of the monitor) and the dropout extends to 14:53:54 - two frame dropout. Audio #1 Except for any testing, I'll probably go back to V1.15. Although some users have problems with it, having now shot 500 Gb of video with this rev., I trust it far more than V1.20.