All, I have a RAM x-mount that holds my phone very securely, and I do like the ability make adjustments for how the phone is positioned. I've used it for about a year now with no problems. I recently took a 600 mile ride and when I got done, my phone camera was no longer working. Doing a little digging, I found that phones with image stabilization are fairly susceptible to vibration damage, with my Pixel 2 being especially fragile. Has anyone else had this problem? Are there any good mounts out there that address this? I love the idea of the Quad Lock mount, but don't see anything on vibration for it, even though it is designed for the newer, higher end phones that have camera stabilizers. I guess it's possible that I've also dropped the phone one too many times, but it seems an awful big coincidence that right after a long ride this problem pops up. I searched the forum and there is a lot of info on mounts and how well they hold phones, but nothing on vibration.