Hi all, I was wondering if I can draw from the experience of those more experienced than myself (which is ... pretty much everyone?) I was covering a fairly dynamic event indoors in low light and I was (naturally) forced to use flash. I am not very fond of flashes, so I try to use as little as possible. I only use fill flash rather than overwhelm the ambient. I use my flash on-camera, because I simply can't get to it fast enough otherwise. Even when I try to bounce off walls, ceiling AND use a diffuser to help me with it, I notice that I occasionally blow-off highlights, particularly on faces of people. I shoot in shutter priority with shutter set to the slowest speed I can handhold (1/20 with IS on). I can, of course, shoot with a very high ISO, but that doesn't usually produce very pleasing results. The lens is Canon EF 28-135, not a fast one, but the only one to give me the reach I need. The question is: what am I missing? Why are the highlights blown on so many of my pictures? How do you shoot in such situations? What lens do you use? What mode? How do you meter? What is your keeper rate for this situation? Thanks!