I am looking for advice on rear lighting for touring. I do a significant amount of riding after it gets dark during the winter, often on completely unlit highways. I have ridden with a flashing VistaLite, but on my most recent trip (600 miles) a number of motorists complained that they couldn't see me on particularly dark highway stretches. I already have a Nicad-powered rechargable, helmet-mount front light (Performance ViewPoint Single Pro) (cheap, lasts forever, easy to use) But Performance doesn't make anything - nor can I find anything - compatible with this system. I would have to carry a SECOND battery and recharger, such as the Taillight by NiteRider. NiteRider makes a single system NiCad charger helmet-mount/taillight system, but it is pretty expensive (and I already have the a helmet light.) Any ideas? Does anyone know of a conventional battery-operated taillight that sends off better lighting than the standard Vistalite? VistaLite made a practically blinding battery-powered strobe light but it was discontinued about two years ago. Want to hear how other bike-tourists are dealing with this. Thanks.