It's getting close to Spring. Almost time to take a break from doing studio portraits and shoot what really inspires me... motorcycles and travel. Here's my challenge for you guys. It's kind of a fork of the Cheetah CL-360 thread as I didn't want to hijack that one. This is my bike. Not this one exactly, that's not me. I prefer to ride quads when I'm on fishing piers, but that's just me. I'll be using this bike to travel and photograph other bikers and their rides. I want to get a full 2 light travel rig on my bike. It must include: 2 light stands, two lights, brackets, battery packs, diffusers, E-M1, 12-40, 40-150 2.8, 7-14 2.8 and 42 1.2 lenses (I'm aware some of these lenses aren't available yet. A bit of thinking ahead here), and clothes. Here are the vital stats: Under the seat is a rather cavernous storage compartment by motorcycle standards. It's roughly 24" long x 16" wide x 9" deep, deeper in some parts. You can also add a top case on the back. I don't own one yet, but here's an example. They come in various sizes, some larger than the under seat dimensions I listed above. In addition to that, I have decent sized waterproof travel bag that I strap to the pillion behind me for my clothes and miscellaneous items, and I have the option (though I'd prefer not to) of also wearing a backpack. I'm willing to buy the rear top case for the bike. This year I will be traveling with the following: E-M1, 45 1.8, 12-40, 75 1.8. I also have an FL-600R, FL-300R, and a MeFoto A1350 Tripod. I'll probably leave the vertical grip at home to save space, and I'm thinking about leaving the FL-600/300 as well and getting two Cheetah CL-360's. The plan: Under the seat: 2x http://mpex.com/lumopro-compact-7-5ft-stand-w-ground-spikes.html 1x MeFoto A1350 Tripod (I already own this, it fits nicely with tons of room left over) 2x diffusers (of unknown type, probably silver umbrellas) 2x Brackets Preferably all in a nylon bag I can sling over my shoulder when I reach my destination. In the TopCase: Small backpack including lighting (2x CL-360's, batteries, and remotes) and camera gear, room for my helmet and gloves when I park. Rear Pillion: Travel bag with clothes, tablet, etc. In theory I'd arrive at my destination, check into a hotel, drop off the Pillion bag, and go on about my business. When I arrive at a shoot, I take my backpack out of the top case and insert my helmet and gloves, and remove my other bag from under the seat and store my jacket. Everything locks up and I get to work. The one hole in all of this is the diffusers. I'd love to use some Elinchrom Maxi Lite (fireball) reflectors, but I don't see how it would work out. I'm hoping to find some type of folding reflector / umbrella / softbox that fills that niche that I can travel with. I'm also a bit concerned about the stands being fairly easy to blow over, especially with an umbrella on there, but something like a c-stand isn't really an option. Neither are sand bags, so I have to go with what will fit. I'm open to ideas here. The tripod / camera / lenses are set in stone, but I'm to suggestions for the light stands, lighting equipment and diffusers. How would you guys improve on this setup?