I have some old Honeywell Strobonar 200's, 202's, and 52A's, two of each. They belong to a friend who was a well known Hollywood photographer, and I'm taking a look at them. They haven't been used in a few years. Is anyone still using these? They might come in handy as lights to emphasize parts of an interior. I understand they are 75 watt seconds, and in the case of the 202's, both 75ws and 150ws. I saw a post in 2004, where someone recommended them as an inexpensive lighting system. I'm a little concerned about their lack of consistent use. I could condition them using a high wattage resistor before plugging them into straight power, like I've done with Dynalites. (At the manufacturer's recommendation.) I'm also kind of wondering if their safe. They're in plastic housings, though. He and I will be photographing together, and he'll want to use these lights. Also, they have this strange twisting thing on top that can be pulled up. I think this is probably a light sensitive synch. Not sure, though. Any help would be appreciated.