Adorama and B&H are the two best, certainly the most popular, on-line stores for gear. You might also want to give your local brick-n-mortar shop a check. Mine will price match both the on-line store on pretty much their entire inventory. I found a 13', heavy-duty, air cushioned stand in their used bin for ~$35. I try to support my local economy whenever possible and I think it's a good idea to build that relationship. You just never know when it comes in handy.
It can take some effort and time to develop a good relationship with a brick and mortar store.
The biggest flaw in American retail over the past couple of decades has been the art of eye contact to the customer. This let's them (customer) know they exist and have value. In the beginning, I don't need/want much more, but without it, I'll walk out the door.Working the past 3 years at dicks sporting goods throughout high school an college we are taught always to approach people in your department.
I'm looking for a reflector I can shoot pictures for flowers and a person up to 6ft tall. I can't rely on someone to hold a reflector everywhere I go. For the wind condition, that will be hard to shoot when the subjects are moving rapidly.
My local camera store is very helpful, but online store sells much cheaper.