One of the things with using traditional strobes and lightstands is the way that it limits you in space. This is why when I saw Christopher Park's photographs I was immediately intrigued by his lighting setup that uses raw florescent tubes.
Christopher uses an array of florescents connected together via a single wire that goes to the power source, so they can be be re-arranged to fit any lighting scheme. That also makes them very portable and moveable into any shape and configuration. Lastly, they only have one wire coming off one end rather than off each end of the light so they are easy to power. (And YES!, the catchlights are wicked!).
I am not going to show the lighting setups today. Instead, I am going to post a few more photographs at the end, see if you can reverse engineer the position of the lights.