In what studio? The only need for faster sync speeds in a studio is to minimise the ambient, the studio is the one place where you have complete control of the ambient.
Such a slow sync speed makes it difficult to shoot with wide apertures which I sometimes would prefer using. Especially since I have such a small studio space which limits the amount of background blur I can do at higher F-stops.
That makes no sense, in your studio why can't you get the ambient below 1/200, 100iso and f1.2, or around EV8-9? I can understand not being able to turn your flashes down low enough in a small space at that aperture, but I can't understand not controlling your ambient.
Controlling ambient is pretty easy. I have a small home studio and the flash power is too high. I solved this by getting a lee ND filter system, but it makes it harder to focus as the view finder is dark, plus some introduce a color cast that needs to be corrected in post. The higher sync speed would've been cool to freeze action for strobes with a long flash duration, my profoto D1's are pretty good but they aren't the fastest. I just would've like to have see something better than 1/250 to push the tech forward in this area. They're pushing it forward in so many other areas.