My first attempts for the 360-degree shot were very awkward; I had a hard time balancing the monopod, resulting in shots that were smooth but not steady.
The steadiest turn I could do was only 180 degrees, I had to ask my friend to squat down and grab the lower half of the monopod and act as support, it was only then that I was able to get that smooth and steady look.
I did about 10 shots of a complete turn, a number of 180-degree turns, and some quarter turns. Once I started on the final edit for the film, I ended up using more of the quarter-turn footage because of how the storyline evolved.
One interesting note, when you turn the N90 around quickly, a whoosh sound was captured. If you watch the film and listen closely, you can hear that nice whoosh sound effect that was a surprising welcome addition to the film.