I've decided to start a new thread detailing the new setup since I was using LED Lighting in the first thread and ended up returning them. The new setup: (2) Alien Bees B800 (Rim Lights), each equipped with a 22" Beauty Dish and a 30 degree grid (1) Alein Bees B400 (Key Light), equipped with a 22" Beauty Dish (1) Interfit 300i, background light I also picked up the Vagabond Lithium for remote work which will be a big part of my services in the future. I'd rather work with two AB800's in the field than multiple lower powered hotshoe flashes. I use a .06 (2 stop) ND filter and I just received a 1.8 (6 stop) ND filter for use with prime lenses wide open (thinking about the 75 1.8 and 45 1.8 here), but haven't tested it yet. From here, when I need to add or replace lights, I intend to go with a ProFoto pack system. My current workflow is to shoot tethered with the Canon 6D to Lightroom using the Auto Import feature on the watched folder, however, I hope to try out the EyeFi Pro X2 this weekend on the E-M1. Once I get a bit more comfortable with the new setup and don't need to tweak as much I'll be using the E-M1 exclusively. I get many more keepers using the E-M1's Face Detect focusing for portraits vs the 6D's "Nose Priority" Auto Focus system. Images get copied to a working directory on the workstation, with a second copy going straight to the new USB 3 HDD Dock automatically on import so I have an immediate backup of all RAW files. I'm going to start making very liberal use of the Reject function to keep my galleries more manageable in the future. I'm also evaluating Capture One Pro, as it now supports the E-M1. I've repeatedly heard that people prefer the skin tones out of C1 over LR and other tools, and I have to admit I haven't been overly excited about the skin tones under studio lighting in LR so far with the latest LR 5.3 profiles. I'll post more on this later. Feel free to ask any questions you may have about the new lighting setup. We're going to be doing our first shots for the new portfolio over the next couple of weekends, and I'll post edits when I have time.