Right now, I photograph weddings with the following setup: 2 bodies 2 Phottix Strato II Transmitters (one on each body) 1 Metz 58-AF2 Flash on one body 2 Light stands 2 Phottix Strato II Receivers - one on each stand 2 Metz 50 AF-1 Flashes - one on each receiver It is a reliable system. The Metz flashes provide a lot of light, and the build quality is excellent. However, if could eliminate the Tx/Rx units, I could carry less equipment, and need to charge fewer batteries. Less equipment also means fewer points of potential failure, and fewer things to lose or break. Also, although the Phottix units are well-built, the switches tend to get flipped in the camera bag, so I have to worry about dead batteries. I'm looking at systems that integrate the RX or the Tx/Rx into the flashes. This would allow me to eliminate some of the components, and I would also have nice bene Here are some alternative setups: Canon System 600EX II-RT 2x - 430EX III-RT ST-E3-RT $1260 at B&H or $1112 at TriState Nissin System 3x - Di700A Air10s $1037 Phottix 3x - Mitros+ Odin II $1107 Godox 3X - TT685C XProC $399 The way I see it is this: The price gap between the Nissin, Phottix, and Canon systems are negligible. The Phottix and Nissin systems would provide a bit more power, but I trust the Canon brand the most. The Godox system is significantly cheaper. Will it offer the same performance, reliability, and build quality?