ok here goes A little background to hopefully let you understand where I'm coming from. At this moment in time I have absolutely no intention of making money from Photography, so with that in mind I don't need recommendations for high end pro equipment. ok - I've been asked by my mother in law to take some group photo's in her house for her 70th B'day. It's in Hatfield (i'm in Ashton-u-lyne), and with the 4 of us, plus luggage plus backdrop etc, space is limited in the car. I have 2 light units (softboxes) these heads take 5 energy saver lamps each - so needs a bit of space, so I would rather not take these, for space issues. I use a Panasonic G5 with Olympus FL360 Flash unit. I have a backdrop I would like to take. The main room isn't particularly bright. I will probably be using my 20mm f1.7 prime lens. I don't want to spend if poss, but don't mind if it's right for me, as I do family shoots at home usually for Mothers day with the kids etc. so it'll get used again. As I won't be able to go and practise before hand, what would you recommend of the following options or make a suggestion. 1 - Go with what I have and make do. Make it work. 2 - Make room for both light units 3 - Make room for 1 light unit. 4 - Get some Home studio flash units 5 - Upgrade the flash gun I have to 560 or equivalent 6 - Get a pair of matching flash guns and run wireless. (thinking of the Yongnuo YN-560 III *2 + trigger) 7 - your suggestion. Other equipment in my signature plus a couple of different size reflectors. The ceiling is low, and it's a rectangle room so one end will be blocking out any light with the backdrop etc. It's just as I don't get a second chance at this, and i don't want to mess up, I thought I'd ask for some help and pointers.