Hi All This is my first post so I hope you guys can give me some advice. Basically I will give you a list of the equipment I have at the moment: Fuji S2 and S5 pro Nikon 28-105mm f3.5-4.5D AF Zoom Lens Nikon 12-24mm f/4G Wide Angle Lens Nikon SB800 Flash Bowens Esprit 500w Two Head Kit 1 - Softbox 60cm 1 - Bowens 90cm Silver/White Umbrella 2 - Bowens Compact Lighting Support Stands 1 - Bowens Wide Angle Reflector 2 - 60inch silver/white Umbrellas Powerbook G4 17" Screen With Shooting Software So here goes! I have a spare room at home in a bungalow which measures 14ft x 10ft. I was looking to start photographing babies and toddlers using the high key effect. My questions are as follows: 1. Is my room big enough for shooting babies and toddlers? 2. Should I put brackets on the 10ft wall to hold the white background (which should take up less room) or should I use stands? 3. What material would you recommend for the white background? 4. Should I invest in the new Lastolite HiLite background (6ft x 7ft)with the vinyl trail and forget about the background I asked about in question 2 and 3? Basically I was thinking that if I use the Lastolite HiLite background it would only take one light to use it. So if I purchased another Bowens head that would leave me two at the front and one to light the HiLite backgrould. What do you think? Where as if I use a normal background it would take two lights to light the background therefor I would need to purchase another 2 lights for the front? Thanks for your time in reading this and I hope you can give me some advice.