Reader Jim Black asked me today if I know anything about Phottix Odin TTL Flash Triggers. As I told Jim, what I'd really like to do is build a page that has all the various wireless triggers on it an allow readers to review their experiences with various triggers because wireless triggers is a big subject. There are probably 15 or more triggers and the only way to get reliable information on them all would be to have a way to let readers summarize their experiences with various triggers. I'm researching a WordPress plugin that will allow me to build a page that will summarize reader reviews, kind if like Amazon.
In the mean time I did some research on the Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger and the reviews are very positive. In fact, I couldn't find anything negative on these triggers. Apparently they are in the process of doing a version of these for Nikon.
In the process of researching this I ran into this video that is a really nice overview of the whole wireless trigger landscape right now. Doesn't include Phottix because it just came out late last year.
It's worth pointing out that using Canon E-TTL is not the ideal approach for shooting interiors. Scott Hargis describes the general approach that works best in his post Interior Lighting with multiple strobes. Scott advocates using a wireless trigger like this for one flash that intern triggers the rest of the multiple strobes optically. This approach results in a much cheaper triggering scheme than triggering all your strobes wirelessly. But it also requires that you have some strobes like the Nikon SB-80dx strobes that have great optical triggering.