I'm learning food and product photography. Over the weekend, I used two off camera speedlights SB800 and soft boxes to shoot Mexican dishes picture in my friend's restaurant. The picture were accepted by my friend. However, it took me almost 30 minutes to setup and test lighting from different distance, angles, ISO, aperture and speed, before the first shooting. It made me looked stupid in front of my friend's restaurant workers. Next week, I will have another natural product shooting (most of them are hand cream. body lotion). I know there are 4-head CFL adapter with softbox on lightstand set available. Each 4-head adapter can hold up to 4 115w CFL bulbs in 5600K that may provide sufficient lighting for food and product photography. I also read articles debating CFL continuous lighting and strobe flash, about color temp, freezing subjects...etc. It seems to me that CFL bulbs continuous lighting will save my setup time and offer me a "real time" result? I even found two sets of them including eight 115w CFL bulbs are even cheaper than one SB800 speedlight and Pocket Wizard wireless flash trigger set. Is my understanding correct or wrong ?