whispers65, I don’t own the Cryo set (yet), so I can’t give direct advice on lighting that prop. But going with your stated aims, I’d first like to know what lights you DO have in the posted render.
Then I am going to suggest a book: Jeremy Birn’s Digital Lighting and Rendering. Between Mr Birn and the Dreamlight Club, my lighting skills have improved dramatically. The Club isn’t as active as it once was, but there is still a wealth of information there and helpful people. Get some of Dreamlight’s free lessons from DAZ and see if you think you could learn from the format and style, then maybe take the plunge and get one of the heftier courses (wait for a sale…).
You can get there. Its going to take time and some effort, but you can learn the tools and tricks of the trade.