How serious are you about filming?
If this is something you want to take serious and plan on doing it for a while, I'd save your money and invest in something a little higher up the ladder. The Gorilla arm is nice and it is a great value, but you can do better and it won't take a whole lot more money. The Muddy camera are is super nice and with a good fluid head, you have a professional quality set-up. If it were me at your age and if I wanted to be serious about the filming, I'd spend the summer saving my coin so I could get the Muddy and a good head. Ask Greg where he got his fluid head at if you are interested in going that route...
I'm not looking at be too serious about it right now, im just kind of getting the hang of things, tonight with actually be my first time takin the camera out. I might actually just wait and save money and get a decent one for this summer, becasue if i get one now i'll only be able to use it for a few weeks anyhow. I'm guessing you don't know tyler thomas, but he has a great set up and he's selling his camera arms to upgrade. He hunts with Midwest Whitetails now, and has ones he said he would make me a deal on.
I looked at the muddys, they have a arm for like 129.99, i'm not sure if i want to spend that much for my first arm, but ya get what ya pay for i suppose.
Actually, for $129.99, all you get is the base, not the camera arm. . For the Outfitter model, you will pay $199.99, and I don't see it on the website right now. You'd have to look around and find one for sale somewhere other than the muddy website. Also, you would have to buy a fluid head which is gonna cost you another $75-$150+.