Okay, folks, I did my research. Honest. Here on photo.net and elsewhere on the web, including reviewing the websites for Pocket Wizards and Paramount Cords. I've talked with local dealers. I'm still stumped. But it seems like this should be a fairly easy one. I'm shooting my niece's wedding in a couple of weeks. For the quick stuff where I'm roaming and shooting I'll just be using a single SB-800 on my D2H, probably with some sorta flip bracket to get the flash properly oriented when shooting verticals. That one's taken care of so, no worries. Also, I'm posting here rather than the Wedding Forum because this is primarily a technically oriented question about lighting. Here are my quandaries: 1. I also want to shoot some couple and group shots that aren't terribly formal but which need more light. I want to keep this completely wireless. That means battery operated and remote controlled. (For one thing, I'm not familiar with this church and I don't know whether their circuits can tolerate the load of whatever AC powered lights I might normally have rented.) 2. I might also need to add some fill lighting in the background or overhead somewhere to avoid that direct-flash-against-black-void look. 3. Which cord do I need? This is really important because I have a queasy feeling in my gut it's gonna be expensive, so I wanna make sure it's the right one. Okey pokey, so far, so bad. Here's my thoughts for #1.: Rent a couple more SB-800 units for those kinda fun/kinda formal photos. I don't want folks all stiff but I don't want to miss 99-year-old Auntie Dorothy because she might not be around for the next wedding. (That's why I don't like the purely PJ style of shooting weddings - it's too easy to miss photos of important family members.) I figure I'll stake out a corner for these shots. Maybe rent a simple backdrop frame and backdrop too, who knows. I don't think this will be too difficult because despite having absolutely no experience using the SB-800 with multiple SB-600 or SB-800 units, I have time to rent a set and practice first. And for these couple/group shots all the flash units will be within eyeline of each other: the "master" flash on my camera and the pair on either side. No. 2 is the trickier bit. I have a Pocket Wizard Transmitter and Receiver (one each). I don't just *want* to put 'em to use, I think I may *need* to put 'em to good use to get the effect I want. Ya see, I don't trust the SB-800/SB-600 "wireless" rig in areas where the various units can't "see" each other. No, I haven't tested my paranoia yet, but I just have this uncomfortable feeling that in a room with up to 70 people roaming around, if the units can't physically see each other, iTTL ain't gonna work. So for the roving shots where I'm using a single SB-800 on camera *and* I want a little background illumination, is there a way to use the Pocket Wizard kit simultaneously to pop another flash? (For the moment I'm thinking of placing the other flash, to be fired by the PW Receiver, somewhere on the ceiling with some sort of bounce or diffusion. Maybe a rented Quantum and small softbox with a warming gel. I dunno, still working on this idea.) This brings us to #3.: Which cord to use? The SB-800 on my D2H will be attached to a flip bracket via my SC-29 curly cord. No problem. But that means the hotshoe is spoken for and unavailable for any of the farmrigged solutions one salesman suggested. However the D2H does have that standard flash sync terminal, plus the 10-pin remote terminal. I already know the PW Transmitter can be hooked up to the flash sync terminal successfully - I've verified that at home. What I *don't* know is whether I can simultaneously use the SB-800 on the hotshoe (or via the SC-29) *and* the PW Transmitter via the sync terminal to trigger another flash, which will be hooked to the PW Receiver. I hope you can understand my predicament. This is expensive gear and I don't want to fry anything. Since it involves using equipment from various manufacturers, it's not always easy to get a firm answer regarding this sort of thing. So I figured I'd try here, knowing that some folks are more experienced than I with the SB-800/SB-600 system and Pocket Wizardry. TIA.