At NAB the CS8's that were on display had led arrays that were a bit different than anything I had seen before. I talked with Nick at FF and learned that he got them from www.LEDLIGHTSWORLD.com. The part number is SMD3528-600. The primary difference is that the typical LED strip is 60 lights per meter. These are double the count to 120 per meter. The other change was using 4 rows of lights. 90 degrees on each side of the boom with two additional strips between them on at about 60 and 120 degrees on the bottom. So I installed them on booms 4 and 6. This quick video, hard to fly and aim a camera even on a tripod, shows the result. I have a single red led on boom 7, a double red on boom 5 and a single green on boom 3. The single LED's are from www.rc-lights.com Flight distance was out to about 90m. Password is LED As a comparison the from boom has the typical setup of a 6 inch red led strip, one on each side. The difference in brightness is very apparent. I've got some red's on order to replace those, maybe not a 4 strip setup but will experiment with that one.