My company is developing online educational videos and guides in-house. We have a Sony HD camcorder and a Canon 40D still camera. Most of our work will be recording live presentations, but there'll be a fair amount of still photography work. We're looking for a set of lighting for around $1000 that would be fairly portable and good for video and still shooting, since we have standard office building fluorescent bulbs everywhere. The end result is videos and guides for DVD and online distribution. A few of our guys were scoping out various lighting packages and they suggested a kit from http://www.photography-lighting.com/...tsproduct.html # 3 PLC Trilight 750 bodies with power cords # 9 Halogen double envelope quartz bulbs (250W each) # 3 Soft boxes 24" x 24" with speed ring connector # 2 8 foot air cushioned adjustable light stands # 1 Boom stand $700 However, to me, this site just seems very hokey and unprofessional. But, since none of us are photography people no one has a good baseline on what to look for. Does anyone have any suggestions?