Lighting is tough because for video, you could honestly want only a 1 light setup. Or maybe 10 lights. Or somewhere in between. If you were doing studio pics only, there are lots of 2,3,4 lightsets that different posters have suggested ... but video is a whole different ball of wax. Personally, I tried to do this same thing ... but what I found for me ... Studio Strobes do a great job with pictures and CFLs and HMIs do a great job for Video. But there is a monumental price uptick to get into some of these 'good' video lights. I can't touch the prices with a 10' pole. Peter Hurley shoots continuous in the studio ... but he also uses those same over the moon priced lights. Your budget, what you shoot, where you shoot, could make a huge difference in choice for this one.