I spotted this one hanging (from one leg) off a large blade of the tall grass I was walking in. As I slowly moved closer to take a photograph, I noticed a jumping spider watching the scene from about a foot and a half away. So I had to decide between the two, and as usual, I went for the jumping spider. I took several photographs of the spider, got all the shots I wanted, and carefully turned to see if this robber was still hanging there.
To my surprise, it was still there. As I moved in closer, I noticed it had captured a bee, and there was a few tiny flies hanging out around the robber. I was afraid I would scare it away if I tried to change lenses so I used the setup I was using for the spider photos (50mm reversed on extension tubes) to take a few photos of the robber.
This photo isn't the best focused of the bunch, but it was the only photo were that little fly (seen in the bottom right of the frame) wasn't sitting on the robber's eyes.
I totally forgot to take photos of this fly and its catch in their entirety, and by the time I had taken 10-15 photos at this magnification, it became fed-up with me and flew away.