I need help with a flashgun purchase decision (for my OMD). I want to learn how to take portraits with multiple flashes. I think it will be very fun to learn, but this flash stuff is very hard to learn for some reason. I am thinking of starting off with a two flash setup and maybe adding a third flashgun. I already purchased a FL-600R because of the $50 rebate, but I am re-thinking my purchase. I'll explain to you the reason: Upon using the flash in RC mode, I found that the sensor needs to be directly aligned to my mini OMD flash. I found this to be a little hard in some situations. So I have been reading up on wireless flash triggers and came across the Cactus V5's. I know these are fully manual with no TTL capability, but since they are for portraits and there will be a set working space/distance, I'm thinking I will be fine after fiddling around with the flashguns for a couple minutes. I want to keep one flash that has TTL abilities for on-camera use. Since I am using the wireless triggers anyway for off-camera use (and therefore no TTL), would there be a point of keeping the FL-600R over a FL-36 (not the R version)? I have read that the FL-600R has a faster recycling but if I am fine with waiting a little, is there any advantage of having the FL-600R over the FL-36? The FL-36 still allows me TTL capabilities when it is on-camera right? I would be able to purchase a FL-36, wireless flash triggers, plus cheap manual flash like the Yangnuo 560 all for the same price or maybe $20 more than just ONE FL-600R unit. Then, I would be able to afford some extra accessories like softboxes, umbrellas, and lightstands which are relatively cheap, but I could see the costs adding up quickly. Before I bought the FL-600R, I thought I would be able to swivel the flashhead 180 degrees so the sensor is facing me, and I would be fine. I didn't think it would be this insensitive outdoors. Would the cactus V5's be a little more sensitive? I'm not really fond of the idea of having flash cables.