Here’s how I have my DJI Lightbridge configured for Phantom 2 and local recording. I’m using DJI’s 5.8G radio control and replacement receiver for Phantom, so I’m not running vehicle control over Lightbridge (which is what I’m doing on the S800 EVO setup). This keeps the radio light and simple, which is OK because the Phantom can’t take advantage of all the extra channels a Futaba provides, anyway. The replacement 5.8G radio is hard to search for, but you can find it at IntelligentUAS, a DJI dealer.
I’m using a Really Right Stuff tripod for the Atomos Ninja Blade monitor and ProRes recorder (overkill, but it’s the tripod I usually have with me), and have clamped Lightbridge to the tripod center stalk using a music stand mount for a tablet. This mount is versatile because the ball system also matches the ball system used by the Phantom 2 Vision+’s phone mount, so you could also use that system to mount a tablet to your radio (and run a thin HDMI cable to Lightbridge). Lightbridge is on the heavy side for this particular tablet mount, but it seems to be working, so far.
Regarding HDMI cables, you want something fast, thin, and long. I’m using a 16’ PNY Smart Active HDMI cable, which works well.