I was trying to take more holiday pics of the kids after playing with settings for hours.. I set the camera on Aperture Priority mode, used the SB600 in TTL mode and dialed the EV down to -2.0 and ISO 800 for a faster shutter speed in an attempt to not blur movement.. It's hard to get the kids to sit still long enough for low-light shots.. I didn't want to use the flash straight on in AUTO because it totally washes out the lights on the tree. I shot it in RAW, so I can adjust the exposure if it's horrible, but I like the picture other than the blurry kids... Is it something simple that I'm overlooking? I know the shutter speed has to be 1/125 or faster to freeze motion, but that doesn't work in this setting to get the desired effect.. I need a crisper picture, so is shutter speed my only option in this case? I can go to ISO 1600, but I'm trying to keep from getting too noisy.. I was already at 800. Aperture was at 5.6, which is the limit of this lens.. Any advice? I've learned a lot since my last attempt, but 1/6 sec shutter speed is still too slow to get a good pic of the kids... Thanks for the help.