I was doing a shoot for a company that manufactures boxes that control the movement of rare gases for the production of microchips. As I was shooting the boxes it occurred to me that my work was really sucking. The interior of the box was way to dark! So I came up with a fix. I placed a 580exII inside the box and used a wireless receiver and PC cable to trigger the flash and put the flash into manual mode. The outside of the box is lit with some 360w/s studio lights. One light had a shoot through the other was direct. Always good to have some speed lights laying around, even when you dont think need them. I now carry 2 580exII strobes with me just in case. The two shots that are W/B well were used in the company catalog. The warm one is just here to show the wire going into the box for reference. Let me know what you all think. How would you have tackled this problem?