Hi, I have been trying to decide on a camera flash bracket. I have a 40D and I own a battery grip for it. I looked at, and almost bought, the alzo digital flash bracket. However, just before purchasing, I noticed that when you flip the camera, that mount puts you in a position where your shutter button is on the bottom and in an strange location. I am now back to square one. I want to get an economical one, as this is my first one and I do not know how much I will use it. Stroboframe looks interesting. I see that the Camera Flip model is fairly nice. Their website says its for cameras with battery grips, but I am hearing people say that is not so. Anyone using one of these on a 40 or 50d with a battery grip? Are there other models I could consider? I'd like to have the option of using my battery grip and having the battery grip shutter release on the top of the camera when rotated to portrait mode. Also, I'd like to avoud paying through the nose for it and getting a Custom Brackets Pro-M. I see [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhqjSzY5HcM&feature=related"]this [/ame]one on youtube. Its a Vertiflash flash bracket FF300. Any feedback on it too?