The FlashQ project has designed the smallest wireless flash triggering system to date, and it's almost not ugly at all. It's definitely above the rest in style. There are really only two downsides to this system, the included sync cord will not work with my studio strobes and the project has not been fully funded (so it's not technically for sale yet). The list of "pros" is longer than the "cons" list though:
The smallest off camera flash ever, cool color options, 2.4GHz radio for around 20 meter range, 160 possible channels so you can shoot right next to someone using the same system and not interfere with each-others' flashes, compatible with almost any shoe-mount flash out there (and optional sync-cable for some studio strobes, anything is possible with the right cable), basic functionality allows for an incredible 100k+ triggers from a single battery, and the list goes on.
The sync speed is limited to 1/250s, even if your camera's SS is higher, so this might be a pain for some of those HSS-ers out there (but most flash systems are a pain for the HSS-ers, sorry guys).
After all is said and done, this is very similar to the setup I use every day. I stopped using TTL for my strobes a long time ago and adopted a basic wireless trigger system that offers very few features. I'm used to it, and I've become very familiar with my light's settings, even my hot-shoe flashes. This system is even smaller than the one I use (and I thought I had the smallest) and drastically more stylish.
Watch the video, then check out FlashQ!