I find this inventive

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    Better bundle this buy with 30lbs (13kgs) of sand...I could see this falling pretty easy.
     
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    Clever but scary. I see a tip over. Set the light high and turn the light just right between two of the stand legs and......

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    i already have a monolight that's failing under its own weight...

    i think the smarter approach would have been a mirror in front of a monolight facing forward, much like a beauty dish.
     

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