The second speedlight in the lineup (Photo #1, center) is the Nikon SB-30. Compact and versatile, it provides adequate fill light at short distances and has a very basic SU-4 (optical slave) capability. Due to its construction, it is impractical to attempt to neuter it, but may be workable if a MPEX Universal Translator is placed between it and the shot shoe. Right now my two Translators are hiding from me, so I can be absolutely sure this would work. (Update 3/03: It works!)
Last in the lineup (Photo #1, right) is a neutered Nikon SB-26. When used with an SD-8 battery pack, it really shines, allowing for rapid follow-up shots. And because I removed the Speedlight Ready contact, I can actually use Aperture Priority outdoors for some even lighting.
One other thing: The 80/20 (the Pocket Bouncer and the Ultra Soft are essentially the same thing) not only elevates the light farther away from the lens axis but also won't obstruct the sensor's view of the world. I've carried an Ultra Soft in my camera bag for years, but was always able to find a convenient wall as a bounce surface for my flash. Now, suitably armored and armed with a neutered SB-26 or SB-28, an SD-8 battery pack, and my trusty Nikon D70S, I'm ready to photograph some convenient windmills.