Just wondering if others think this would work. Want to set up some lights and leave them in the same position (lets say three lights just for this exercise) each has different values for the shoot. Set this on the first TX560. Now want to change the power of the three lights without having to spend time doing it. If I set up another TX-560 with these new power settings for each flash (A, B, C) would I be able to turn off the first TX transmitter, place the 2nd transmitter on the camera, turn it on and ... voila settings are now changed. The changes would be significant using different f-stops and ISO's and I would actually mount a TX on each of my cameras for this purpose so I just have to grab one or the other (hope that makes sense). Am I missing something with this that would not allow this to happen? Yes, everything would need to be on the same channel. Yes, you would need to ensure you only have one TX on at a time. Thoughts???