So, I've got my Olympus XZ-1 on the way. (it's an advanced point & shoot, with a hot shoe) One of the cool features about this camera is that it will do wireless flash actuation. Here are the flashes I'm looking at: 1) The Olympus FL-36R. Kind of expensive at $180, and two customers said it crapped out RIGHT after warranty, and they had to pay $95 to get it fixed. But I know it would work wireless. Amazon.com: Olympus FL-36R Electronic Flash for Olympus Digital SLR Cameras: Electronics 2) Metz MZ36352... Gets great reviews, but the zoom head is manual. The bigger Metz with the auto zoom head is HUGE, so I don't want that. http://www.amazon.com/Metz-MZ-36352...UTF8&coliid=I15L3IXY6PZJ0&colid=28I78N2NAL6TG 3) Vivitar DF183. Reviews are like: "Yeah, it's a flash. It's weak and a little flimsy, but it works." Simple, compact, bounce, but nothing else. http://www.amazon.com/Vivitar-Viv-D...2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1327810450&sr=1-2 4) Nissin DI466. Gets good reviews, has the auto zoom head, seems to work in slave mode, but is out of stock. Fair price, but it's a 4AA flash, so it might be on the big side for my compact camera: Amazon.com: Nissin Speedlite Di 466 FT Four Thirds Digital Flash for Olympus and Panasonic Cameras: Electronics 5) Olympus FL300R. Looks kind of weak and is expensive for its feature set. Bounce by tilting it back seems a little cheezy: Amazon.com: Olympus FL-300R Compact Flash for Olympus E-P3 Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera: Electronics Which one would you guys get?