We've got our third child due in about 2 weeks. We've been wanting a flash for a while, so this seems like a good time. Hunting around, budget minded people seem to aim at one of the Metz or the Nissin di466. BUT, I'm slightly confused. We've had a flash for an older Nikon, but it was the not-very-adjustable-baby-sized-one. I'd like to step up the flash power and adjustability. I actually already ordered the di466 from a company through Amazon, but they just emailed saying its out of stock. I'm to the point where I'm ok paying up to $300. What can you recommend? I'm just a family photographer, but I'm a gear head, so I want to buy something beyond my needs, and learn into it. I primarily use my GH2 for video, so haven't messed with a flash up until now. My confusion comes from the various Metz models. The 48, 50, and 58. Some say they are for panasonic, but the same model number costs quiet a bit more than the canon model. (The 50 on Amazon is $200ish for canon/nikon, but $350 for Panasonic). I know that certain models have pros and cons. I'd love fast recharge, flexible options, and off camera shoots (but I don't mind buying some type of adapter if necessary). I usually buy everything through Amazon, but it's proving to not be helpful in this search. If you recommend something, can you share a link to where it's in stock? My unborn child THANKS YOU!