I understand the basic limitations of focal-plane shutters, the power-draining effects of camera manufacturer's "High-Speed FP Sync" feature, and the basic principle behind LPA Design's PocketWizard Hypersync feature (which, I know is different from High-Speed FP Sync). But LPA's Hypersync feature appears to perform differently with both different bodies and different studio strobes. A photographer's website located here: http://www.lebryk.com/category/pocket-wizard/ describes many Hypersync-photographed images, using a Dynalite Uni400JR strobe, attaining bar-free images at speeds up to 1/8,000th of a second with his D3s + MiniTT1 + FlexTT5 (where I assume he used his TT5 as a simple RF remote trigger, since the Dynalite doesn't support remote power control via the TT5). However, in another photographer's blog, located here: http://tombolphoto.com/blog/elinchrom-ranger-using-pocketwizard-hypersync-18000-sync-speed-possible/ he indicates that he was able to attain a 1/8,000th of a second sync with his D300 and an Elinchrom Ranger, but only 1/320th with his D3. So, since the maximum, bar-free, Hypersync sync speed is strobe-dependent, and the maximum sync speed appears to vary widely among both different manufacturer's strobes, and differing camera bodies, I was wondering if anyone else here who owns a Nikon D3s has any experience in attaining sync speeds significantly higher than 1/250th using the PocketWizard MiniTT1/FlexTT5 (as Lebryk demonstrated with his D3s and a Dynalite monobloc). I am only interested in monolights (my Speedlights Hypersync fine at 1/8,000th). I suppose I'm looking for the monolight with the longest "tail." While the Dynalite is the only strobe I could find to actually be documented to Hypersync problem-free at 1/8,000th, specifically with a Nikon D3s, it would be nice to find another monobloc which syncs as fast, yet also supports the remote power control capability of the FlexTT5. Thanks for any replies!