Alright, here's what's up. My band is getting ready to release our CD. We need some new promo shots to go with the mailouts, so I figured I'd do them myself as opposed to paying someone else. The basement in my house is empty, with the walls painted orange and blue (royal blue). The royal blue would be a nice backdrop, and the room is long enough that I can put quite a bit of space between subject and background. The thing is, I don't have studio lights nor the money for studio lights. The way I see it, I have two options: rent an SB800 (I already have an SB600) for my D50 - use those two and a reflector. Price: $30 for the weekend, $60 for a week. Or, Buy a couple/three of these lights from Canadian Tire and use those with a reflector. Price: $15 a pop for 500W continuous output. The plus to the continuous lights is that I can reuse them to learn more about lighting. The downside is obvious - ghetto, not-all-that-powerful-but-really-hot Canadian Tire lights.