With holidays coming I want to get plenty of snapshots of family and especially all the kids. So I'm searching for a repeatable snapshot setting with flashes for just popping up in the various living rooms I'll be visiting over the holidays. One thing I definitely need is the ability to shoot in any direction which makes the lighting setup difficult. But with young children running around I can't pin anyone down. So far I tend to use two flashes reflected off the ceiling - most places have white ceilings so they are the largest reflector in the room. This works quite well if the flashes are not too close to the subject. There is a downside. Sometimes the backgrounds are walls which end up brighter than the subject. I am trying to find a way around that by adding a little fill flash but I'm not getting reliable results. I can't use the pop up flash as the main lights are triggered by radio. I have tried my Lumiquest 80-20 but again not reliable as it requires I move a flash around for every change of direction and sometimes every shot. Good job I have all you guys to help me out! Adam don't you have a Gary Fong lightsphere? Could I put that in the corner of the room at about 4 feet high and just brighten everything at kiddy head height (and adult sitting height)? Could I aim for three corners with Tupperware tops? I only have three flashes and I'm not shelling out for three lightspheres. Does anybody have the rogue flashbenders? Would they work to move some of the light horizontally rather than just vertically? Anybody have any ideas?