Hi all! I have a wedding to shoot in the near future. The couple is mixed race (Caucasion and African American.) The bride is VERY fair skinned, and the groom is in the darker third color range. (I've shot darker, but he will be quite a contrast to the bride.) I shoot twin Nikon D70's and the SB800 flash. (NOT my first choice for on-camera flash, but bear with me.) I've had the best results over the past 15 years using Vivitar 283's, the original Vivitar 8x10 bounce card, Vivitar flash bracket and off-shoe cord; and shooting for the 1-stop light loss the bounce causes. ALWAYS nice, diffused lighting. I am weary of using this setup on the digital nikon for flash trigger voltage issues, which I unfortunately have not yet researched. I pretty much decided this past weekend that I'm far happier with the results of the older setup, though in that case I can kiss TTL goodbye. So my question is, given my new setup, and availability to use the Vivitar setup, a Sunpak Potatomasher, and even a 20+ inch umbrella with a studio strobe (or a variation of) what would you all suggest? I bet the lighting difference between bride and groom will be in the range of 2 to 2-1/2 stops; but I certainly can tell you for sure when I get back to the studio to review the engagement photo. Any advice is always treasured! Thanks!