I’m a little late in this reply but I have been shooting Godox for a while. 3 V860II and AD400 as a main. Never had a single issue... ever. They work great and every time and the batteries are awesome. Definitely a wonderful system.I'm going to bump this thread up. After some frustration of trying to get good environmental family pics on vacation (with me in them) I decided to revisit off camera flash. I had tried it out with some manual flashes and triggers a few years ago after inspiration from Uncle Frank (miss his presence here greatly) and Strobist.
After I was caught up on the current offerings I decided to try out the Godox system. Things have come a long way! I ended up getting the Flashpoint branded items from Adorama and went with the R2 Pro II transmitter, two eVOLV 200's (AD200), one TTL Mini. The 200's came bundled with the AD-B2 so I got a Glow EZ-Lock 25" beauty dish as well.
The system is very intuitive. I set the 200's to groups A and B, and the TTL Mini to group C. Then I selected channel 10 for each component. That was it, up and running after charging the batteries. Each unit has a built in receiver, and the TTL mini has a transceiver so that it can function as a commander if needed. Controls are very easy with hard buttons for everything on the R2 transmitter, no need to decode little symbols or menu dive. HSS automatically kicks in above the camera's sync speed. Not a single cable. AD200's are the size of speedlights with 3x the power, and come with both a fresnel and bare bulb. The whole system supports Nikon's TTL metering. There's a really cool feature where you can start off in TTL, fire a shot, and then switch to manual with a dedicated button while retaining the last TTL settings. For a beginner like me this saves a ton of time, as I can fire a test shot and then adjust from there.
Anybody else here on the Café using this system? Now that I've got the rig, I'm going to go through the Strobist site again and bribe my kids to be subjects in exchange for Apple App Store credits.