I don't have a studio, or even room for one at home. But that's OK, as I prefer environmental portraits, or using my 85/1.4 to dissolve busy backgrounds into cream. So I'm trying to figure out how to use my growing kit of lighting for a portable studio. Here's my list of gear. an SU800 (2) SB800s and an SB600 (2) Vivitar DF200 slaves a softbox and numerous ABBC bounce cards (2) 8' flash stands with flash/umbrella mounts (2) 36" umbrellas (2) 250W Tungsten Photo Floodlights with Reflectors (2) 6' stands I'm thinking an sb800/umbrella for the mail light, an sb800/Lumiquest softbox for the fill light, and the sb600 with a homemade snoot (or just tightly zoom the flash head) for a hair light. Since the su800 commander will control 3 groups, I'll use ittl for the main and fill lights, and a manual setting for the hair light. And, depending on the background, I could use a floodlight to brighten the background. Does that make sense? I also need to define a rig and develop a simpler approach for outdoor wedding formals. Any thoughts will be appreciated.