Obligatory: it’s very much individual dependent.
Personally, my experience is that their wobbles are just kind of different. Spiders I’ve interacted with and owned have all had one thing in common: if you boop their snoot (startle them) they don’t retreat very smoothly and appear to “oversteer” a bit compared to non-spider. Almost all of them have a little brief puppy dog wag at feeding time.
The woma I have now is perfectly normal except he kind of gets a tic when he gets a little stressed out. His head will occasionally slightly turn left. It doesn’t look uncomfortable and it doesn’t seem to bother him. I don’t see any noticeable wobble and his little tic could be unrelated. I’ve seen others sort of behave the same but haven’t interacted with all that many.
Champagne, to me, are just slightly clumsier. If they do the ball python hang sometimes it takes them a few tries to come back up. Like they’ll bump into your arm and their own body before figuring out how to get back up. I hope that makes sense?
HGW… I can’t say I’ve had a lot of experience with.
I have never had any of these animals ever fall, strike themselves, get stuck upside down, etc. I have a normal pied that misses food strikes more often than any of these animals.
Nervous tic boi picture attached. Pastel, Coral Glow, Butter, Woma.