In addition to my competition fears, I now have guys in training who use the berimbolo all the time, so I've been forced to look for solutions online. There are already many videos up there, but I think many of the defenses and counters are suspicios and don't fully understand how the berimbolo works.
I posted a good defense by Carlos Holanda of CheckMat here:
Now, I've stumbled on a good counter imo. Here is the video: