I made a wind stabilizer at a machine shop I had access to at one point early in my life, and it works great. Infinitely flexible in terms of rise, shift, swings, focus length. Cost: materials (two chunks of brass, steel rods of various lengths, and four wood screws) and about an hour on the machine. The camera I made it for (Tachihara 4x5) still folded perfectly with the gizmos mounted. Send a note if you want to see how I made it.