I thought that would get your attention! No really, I am shooting a wedding with my Nikon FM. I was asked by a cousin (in-law) to shoot her wedding. I promptly declined. However she insisted that this small-town, small-family, low-budget, informal wedding was worthy of my amateur/beginner skills. She insists that photography by committee (her aunts and myself) will get the job done (she has low expectations). Between myself and the aunts, we will have my Nikon FM, a Canon Digital Rebel XT w/ a 18-55mm and a few Sony point and shoot 5MP digitals. Again, I have violently declined shooting, but she still insists for me shoot and have fun with my one year old hobby. My kit consists of a Nikon FM, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8, 70-210mm f/4 Series E, 28mm Series E, and a tripod. I plan to get a dedicated TTL bounce swivel flash. I have read many of the beginner threads on here about film selection, lighting, etc., however I would still like specific advise for a general plan of attack. They would like me to take some formal shots, so I plan to get into the church the week before to get familiar with the lighting and experiment with using my flash. I plan to use the 50mm and 160 to shoot the formals and then use the zoom with 800 in natural light (hopefully the church is not too dark for the zoom, I plan to remain in the back or off to the side and remain as un-noticed as possible). I am trying to get the aunt with the Digital Rebel to shoot many of the formal portraits as well. I will let the other aunts shoot the getting ready shots, as my wife is part of the bridal party. It is an early afternoon wedding in May. Standard church with small amounts of natural sunlight, mostly the florescent lighting in the church. Please comment on the approach ? Thanks.