I just got a job as a videographer for a wedding! I really want to break into this pro film making world so this is a very important step and not to mention I'm finally making this $2500 machine pay for itself. But apart from editing home videos on FCP I've never done anything close to professional work so I'd like to ask those of you in the business for your words of wisdom. Some concerns I have: -I'll be working with the Canon XL 1 or XL 2. I've never worked with an HD pro cam before and I'm afraid the jump from my Elura 100 would be quite a shock. -I've never learned how to professionally film. How should I worry about lights? weather? cam settings (ISO? aperture? *gulp*) etc... -How much space do I need to have for two hours worth of wedding footage? -Any advice at all with working with HD footage? -Would working with a Firewire400 external hdd be enough or should I be thinking about something faster? -I have FCS 1, is this enough for pro editing and authoring of wedding films? -The deadline is around a week. Does this seem reasonable? -I'll be charging 500 for a flat labor fee but 15 per DVD copy. Is this fair? I welcome any advice. Thanks!