I recently upgraded from speedlights to larger AD400 monolights, and while setting up for the first shoot I immediately realized I need a new backlight stand. I've always used a lightweight Flashpoint backlight stand hidden behind the subject, but there's no way I'm putting a 4.6lb light on this little thing. I can always just use a regular full-sized light stand, but my bigger air cushioned stands have a minimum height of about 40" - fine for a standing adult subject, but too tall for someone sitting, especially a small child. Can anyone recommend a good backlight stand for a heavier monolight? This Manfrotto stand looks to fit the bill, but comes at a pretty steep price for what it is. On the other hand, I came across a cheaper version from Impact that looks nearly identical at a much lower price point, but got mixed reviews. It may even make sense to simply get a stud adapter that screws into my travel tripod's QR plate, although I'm not sure how good of a solution that will be. I'm very curious what others here use. Alternately, I'm curious if I can simply position the background light to the side. My concern would be light falloff from right to left (or vice versa), or a grid spot that looks less round due to the angle. It seems like behind the subject is still the most logical placement, but don't want to buy extra gear if there's an easy workaround. Thanks!