How does one go about meshing all of these together to get consistent results. Few days back i watched the OneLIGHT dvd that explained how all 3 things work. So I understand adjusting the 3 setting and their effects, but I can't seem to grasp all 3 to work at the same time. I start to fidget with too many setting on the flash or change my shutter speed to get ambient light or change my aperture to control the flash. So Aside from just practice practice practice advice, Is there a method or an different approach to learn to control all 3 and get consistent results? I was thinking of putting the flash at one power setting and leaving it there the whole time while I'd adjust the aperture to control it and then set the aperture at one setting and using the flash's power and distance to object to control the exposure? Does this sound like a good method?