I figured that since a lot of people are getting GoPro's now, it'd be smart to have a thread where we can share information, tips and tricks. I know Newschoolers can often be a sarcastic and hateful place, so if you don't have anything useful to contribute then please don't. I hope this thread can live on and we can kindly help each other out as filmmaker's and GoPro enthusiasts.
So far I've learned 2 things about my GoPro. First is the mounts. I've noticed that the camera mounts provide a little bit of play (movement of the camera). The problem with this is that when jumping and jibbing around, the camera will get a little bit of shake and vibration when landing. This is simply fixed with a strong strip of duct tape. I applied duct tape to my mine in a way in which I can gently peel it back when I need to remove the camera fro the mount. This is an easy fix to the vibration.
Second, in terms of editing your GoPro footage, I've found that many people aren't sure what to use to convert their MP4's to MOV's (Mac user's). There is a great program, also free called MPEG Streamclip, which can be downloaded for Both Mac and PC here: http://www.squared5.com/
What this program allows you to do, is set In and Out points to convert your footage into a suitable format for whatever your editing software supports. I find that reviewing your footage and exporting clip by clip is faster and more effective, because when you're done you can erase the raw file from your hard drive freeing up some extra space. These are HD camera's so the files will do a number on your Hard Drive if you don't cut out the junk.
That's all I have to share for now, nothing major but I'm sure it'll help some people out.
Please post any tips or tricks you've found useful for others.
Enjoy your GoPro's everyone!