So what I mainly shoot, or at least what I advertise on my website, is babies/children, families, dogs and horses. I now find myself doing a lot of group shots and head shots for the staff at local businesses (which I can use my strobes for) as well as shooting indoor events in situations such as hotel ballrooms or in private homes, big difference I know. I currently have a Nikon D300 and a very old Vivitar 285HV flash. I find that while shooting with this flash I am constantly changing settings and trying to figure out what the heck I should set both the flash and my camera to for the best results. Today I was using it with a softbox attachment and felt like I could only use it to shoot horizontally since I was bouncing the light off of the ceiling. Clearly I need help! I have some important indoor jobs coming up and don't want to be left looking like an idiot or worse yet, have crummy pictures to show. I was looking at the Nikon SB-910 AF speedlight, is this the answer to my problems? Thanks for any advice you can give me!