As far as I know, the only continuous (and cool) lighting setup is the Kino-Flo flourescent system. I looked into it after the workshop, and they want big bucks for that setup.
If you get continuous lights, I'd recommend that you spend a little more and get a Photoflex Starlite kit (http://www.adorama.com/PFSK4.html?se...lite&item_no=6
). Although the Starlite and the DynaPhos look the same (to me), I believe the bulb is different. The Starlite uses a double-envelope bulb, so you can handle the bulb with your bare hands when it's cool without fear of it breaking afterwards. Amvona.com doesn't say this in the specs of their unit, so I'm assuming that it doesn't have this feature. You *MIGHT* be able to use Starlite bulbs in the DynaPhos system though. With the starlite, it looks like you get to choose from a lot more accessories too.
BTW, I almost bought that starlite 2 light kit when I was originally shopping around for studio lighting. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] I ended up going the strobe route (4x AB800's) because I got a student discount on my Bees.