I am looking at moving away from strobes and going to continuous light so I was investigating some Photoflex products. I get great service from my local Henry's store here in Canada and try to buy there whenever I can; however, when comparing prices on gear they aren't even close to their US counterparts. For example, the Photoflex Starlight Medium Kit sells at Adorama for $429.95 while at Henry's it's listed at $1399.99!@%#! CAD. That's almost $1000 difference! This is just ridiculous. As of this posting, our dollar is worth $0.921822 US, so this disparity can't be explained away by currency issues. While I understand our markets are different, pricing should be at least within reason when taking this factor as well as exchange rate into account. Another example: Nikon 500f4 for instance sells for $6,799.95 at B&H while at Henry's it lists for $8099.99!! Can anyone tell me why on earth I would ever pay another $723.34 after exchange rate just because I am buying this in Canada? I would love to buy more from my local camera store and would happily pay a little more to do so, but with these types of prices there's just no way.