Anyways, I'm posting this due to interest from some of the forum members regarding my night setup. My usual night street setup is this: Nikon D2H, Nikkor 18-70 DX lens (the best cheap street lens on the market), SB-80DX Flash (I haven't bought a new flash yet!), Stroboframe VH2000 (sucks, but I still use it), Nikon SC-17 cord (still works), Quantum Turbo pack and cord, 1gig Sandisk card, standard Nikon neck strap (the best neck strap to use), and a Sunpak video light mounted on to the bracket itself. I also use a a straight video bracket, but lately I've been preferring this setup. I prefer the Nikon strap because I use it to wrap around my arm, since I do not hang the camera from my neck (it'd be too heavy!). I do this just in case I get bumped and do not want to drop my camera. The Nikon strap is far more sturdy for this kind of use. Once it's all together, it's rather heavy. This setup could also be applied to other forms of event photography and weddings.