I'm looking for a recommendation for a wireless trigger setup for my studio strobes. I've been using a wire to connect from my RB-67 to the "first" strobe, and then let them "auto slave" from there. The problems are (a) I don't like having the wire around since its a pain and (b) my strobes (I use Promaster 300C units) occasionally decide not to fire (meaning they don't "see" the flash from the first strobe and fail to fire). So, I'd like a wireless system that allows me to put a receiver on each of the strobes and bypass the optical slave firing altogether. I've been looking, and it seems like these things fall into two categories: Big bux, big features units (eg, Pocketwizard) that are way more money than I think I need to spend and way more features than I need OR cheapo crapola (ie, $20 for the whole setup) that I wouldn't trust not to let me down when I need it. All my strobe use is based on manual setup, so I don't need any TTL stuff or automation stuff or any of that. I hand meter and hand set each strobe. I just need something that will reliably and consistently fire the flashes. Any recommendations? Thanks!