All the following were taken with the Nikon D200 with the SB-800 + Demb Flip-It Pro in various configurations.
70-200VR @ 1/60s 200mm f/2.8 ISO400
I had the front diffusion panel on here with the bounce card at 90deg. Somewhat white and low ceilings with nasty fluorescent lights on them. White balance was set manually with the ExpoDisc by firing the flash with the Flip-It + diffuser on it directly into the ceiling.
70-200VR @ 1/60s 70mm f/2.8 ISO400
High ceilings here with the reflector tilted slightly back. Same WB tactic as above.
18-200VR @ 1/60s 35mm f/4.2 ISO400
Medium ceiling here. I only made use of the front diffuser without the reflector for this shot to ensure the background balances well. This was auto WB or Daylight -1.
18-200VR @ 1/60s 18mm f/5 ISO400
Group shot with the same flash orientation and WB settings as above. Starts to get tricky here as the people in front have their faces overexposed a tad. If there were more space I would have them lined up more in a straight line.
18-200VR @ 1/400s 50mm f/4.8 ISO100
Diffuser panel on here with the bounce card at 45deg. In this shot I'm fighting the harsh contrast created by direct sunlight. It was bright enough that the flash went off at FP sync instead of X-Sync (The limit on the D200 is 1/250s). Using flash to fill in details. I think I stopped the flash down -1EV or something. Can't seem to retrieve the full EXIF data in Picasa or Adobe Bridge. WB set manually with the ExpoDisc against the direct sunlight.