Of course! I assumed it would read after the first review.
Here is the link if anyone missed it: http://www.h2hreviews.com/article/Lighting-H2H-Profoto-Pro-8a-2400-Air-vs-Broncolor-Scoro-A4S.html
THIS IS ONE OF THE WORST REVIEWS I HAVE EVER SEEN! Plesae do not refer people to that review.
In many cases, they are just plain wrong. For example:"The Broncolor reflectors take the more expensive, and somewhat non-standard 12” grid spots"
This is not true at all. The standard P70 reflector uses an 8" grid, which they say the Profoto also uses. I use speedotron grids in my reflectors that I buy used at $5 a piece, rather than the Bron or Profoto grids, which are about $100 each new or used."The Broncolor heads come in two varieties: a 3200 Joule and a 1600 Joule head. You never really want to run a 1600 with 3200 Joules of power. It gets very dramatic. This is not only inconvenient, but dangerous…and unnecessary."
The Broncolor power pack knows what the maximum power is that a head will take. They are coded. If you plug a 1600 Ws head into a 3200 Ws pack, IT WILL NOT LET YOU dial in 3200 Ws to that head!
The 1600 Ws tubes and protecting glass are cheaper than the 3200 Ws. So Bron offers the customer an option of a cheaper alternative ...
And that seems to be the problem with this review at every point. In tehir lack of familiarity, they choose that which is simpler on first blush, not necessarily the solution that offers a better option in the long run. And because they don't know/undertstand the Bron system beyond the most superficial level, they make mistaken assumptions, menu settings, and preferences at each step of the review!
I don't feel like taking the time to go through their review in detail right now. But when I first read it perhaps a year ago, I found fault with their assumptions, decfision making, and recommendations at every step of the review.
Now I think Profoto is a great system, as is Broncolor. I have used both, as well as Speedotron, Dynalite, Norman, and others.
Although I am currently using Broncolor, for a US photopgrapher I think that in many instances Profoto may be a better choice because of their market penetration here (Broncolor has not marketed an entry level system like the Acute to get photogs started with, and continuing to use, their system, a big, big mistake in my mind.)
But please be careful with the comparison reviews you find online. In many of theses reviews, like the PDN comparison bewteen the two packs, you have reletively inexperienced and even naive (non-studio photogs using a pack system for the first time!) people conducting the review.