Some months ago myself and a collegue assembled a Libec Swift Jib 50 Kit (user manuals and specs are available from this page as pdf files), including the Jib arm, T102B tripod, & DL08 Dolly, along with the REMO30 pan/tilt head, attached to a Sony NX5E video camera. The following video is a timelapse of the assembly process. Earlier today I gave a live demo of the setup process, with the addition of linking the video feed to a SWIT 7 inch monitor at 42 inch TV via HDMI.
The following videos give a sense of the capabilities of the system & some further details on the assembly process.
The video below in particular give a good overview of how the system can work when connected to both a monitor and HD TV.
The next video provides a good overview of the setup processes involved.
One can get a good sense of the type of shots that are capable of being captured from this video.
Another good example is that of a wedding scenario.
A boxing match also provides some interesting potential for various shot types and dynamic movement.
The following video demonstrates how the Jib system can be used for the purposes of making a music video with some really nice smooth motion and a variety of angles being captured.
The following video is a quick demo to a former MSc student of mine on how the system works, as you can see viewing the cameras perspective on a large HD TV is far more entertaining and useful that a small low and fairly low resolution monitor.