I bought a second LS last month in preparation for Galileo when it is ready. I have used it as a base for the old LS and it is a sweet setup that way. This week I decided to use 2 LS rovers instead of the LS base / rover setup. I had my trusty Triumph 2 base sending corrections thru TCP set up and had 1 LS on the monopole in my hand and the second LS in the J-Pack. Off, I went around the boundary. With 2 LS's I was able to leap frog them.The timing was about perfect. By the time I had found the next corner with LS2 and got it set up and collecting and got back to LS1 it had repeated several shots. This worked well on the boundary I was surveying because there were a lot of corners to locate fairly close (100-200') from one another. I was also able to get offsets to the 1st LS with the second one in the tough canopy. This worked very well saving me about half the time.