The only gyros that we have tested are the ST LISY gyros and the Analog Devices ADXRS gyros. We found that the Analog Devices are immune to vibration, but the ST LISY gyros are very sensitive to vibration.
Using a higher sampling rate on the LISY gyros will help with small vibration, but if the vibration is large enough, we think that the gyro resonates and "rattles", producing a nonlinear effect that leads to a large offset. In other words, there is nothing you can do to fix the LISY gyros when there is large vibration.
We have done testing on a conventional helicopter, but not with a quadcopter. Possibly the quadcopter has less vibration than a conventional helicopter.
In any case, I would be very interested in what you learn.