I have been reading up on the Nikon CLS, and it seems VERY intriguing. The distance limitation doesn't bother me, since I can't possibly see when I would ever need the extreme long distance provided by Pocket Wizards and the like. The only point I have thought of that I haven't been able to find much info on is how well the system performs outdoors. I know it is an optical/infrared based system, so it seems like performance outdoors, especially in bright sunlight, might be lessened by ambient light falling on the sensors. So, that said, does anyone here have any info on the outdoor performance of the CLS system? If it works reasonably well in outdoor scenarios, I think I am sold on this system. It just seems so incredibly robust and useful. Thanks in advance for any input!