For me there are 2 guys, Uncle Frank and Edward Neal. You guys have been around forums for longer than I and the knowledge that I have picked up from the pair of you is priceless, (if I put a price on it, you would probably ask me to cough up! ). Yesterday I had an assignment to photograph an Australian cricket player before he jetted off to the other side of the world. I used the SU800, SB800 and SB600's, D2x and a few light stands. The kit was light but effective, there were heaps of people in the studio as there was a television crew in there at the same time. Having wireless, no cables for people to trip over as it was pretty dark in there, I had very little concern for my gear being accidentally damaged, the images were amazing, the client was very happy with the result and so was the international sportsman. This was in no small way a result of Uncle Frank's effort in helping me out with some info and confidence building. Then it came to me editing a few of the images for myself and I used software that Edward had recommended ages ago, to say I am happy is an understatement. He has even told many of the software that he uses to defish his 10.5mm which from all accounts looks to be the best of the defish software. When I eventually buy a 10.5, I will definitely grab the software Edward recommends. These are just a couple of "for instances" that these guys have helped me with, there are many more that to list and recall "off the cuff" would be a bit of an ask. :smile: I can only hope to help others in forums on the net in the same polite and friendly way as I pass on information that I strive to keep as accurate and non emotional as possible. Nothing worse than a huge wrap on an item that is not worthy of it, but I guess we have all done that at one time or another. There is a problem with this photography bug, when some one's standards are not the same as yours, you take them at face value and many times the whizzbang item lets you down big time. I can only try to offer sound advise like these guys do, it doesn't always happen though.