I have the Godox Witsto 360 and trigger with Phottix Odin for HSS with 1D4 & 5D3. But the unwelcome shock came with the overheat-protection circuit cutting in after just 12-15 full-power shots in quick succession which required a ten minute cool-down. You can continue to shoot but with a seemingly eternal eight seconds recycle time. The manual states that you get 75 full power shots in quick succession before the overheat-protection circuit cuts in, but that's in the non-HSS setting. For the way I shoot, this seemed like enough to give up and on-sell.
However, miracle of miracles. I did a firmware update on the Odins and accidentally forgot to put the 360 on HSS setting, and started shooting at 1000/sec. Guess what? Perfect HSS sync, and no overheat-protection circuit cut-in. Phottix Odins are legend for delivering the unexpected. They really are amazing.
This finding is sufficient for me to go ahead and order two more 360's to achieve really nice HSS light shaping rather than simple full-sun daylight killing fill.
I never received an instruction manual with my 360. They're so simple to operate, you really don't need one. But I didn't know about the overheat-protection switch until I got hold of a manual. Here's a link to the manual for the identical Cheetah 360:http://www.cheetahstand.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/CL-360-instruction-manual.pdf