I put this on the end of the sticky HTPC setup thread, but realised most people will not see it... +Enermax EG365P-VE Whisper Quiet Dual Fan PSU I read a comment from the http://www.digitalconnection.com guru on AVS that this gives significantly cleaner power for the price. They appear to use these on their systems now. I realised I had one in a new Desktop., so last night I tried swapping this PSU in place of the "quality 300W powersupply" I had in my HTPC. +The reduction in video noise on the S-Video input of the Pinnacle PCTV Rage PCI capture card into dScaler is quite significant. I was mainly using this for just Playstation2. The input was usually too noisy for most Laserdiscs, certainly looking at a Playstation2 played DVD film showed enough noise to put me off. Now with this PSU, I looked at Star Wars I DVD via the Playstation2 and the noise was at quite a low level. I'd even say I may find the lower noise less offending than the software players I'm running at the moment:- a) WinDVD 3.0 no hardware decode - background macro blocks creeping about, dimming of dark scenes. b) Win DVD 3.0 hardware decode/radeon 7189 driver (no DXVA support) - occasional error on player startup which needs an OK click to then run fine. c) Zoomplayer 2.3/ATI5.0/radeon 7189 driver. Juddery pans, lip sync issue after playing a while or pausing. I will definitely connect up my domestic Sony 725 player via S-Video into dScaler now, plus try a good few Laserdiscs. I'll then decide between an ~£185 IDS Falcon capture card (about the cleanest S-Video into a HTPC; http://www.iste.com/video-capture/v...ure.html#falcon) or trying the £70-100 TheatreTek software player/filters. Anyone know of a Component or SDI dScaler input solution for sensible money? I am cautious about TheatreTek because some are reporting issues with it in the avs and immersive forums and that I begrudge having to have software shipped from the US with potential vat&duty costs without a trial evaluation. I also noticed the Desktop PC with my HTPC's old 260W power supply was running a cpu (Athlon 1900+) temp of 50c at idle where is was around 44c with the Enermax in place. Airflow out from above the cpu is abviously improved with the Enermax's second temperature sensitive fan. I also think the fan is nice and quiet. I think I'll buy another one to go back into the desktop, this one can stay in the HTPC. I got the first one from http://www.scan.co.uk/products.htm for 350W Enermax EG365P-VE Whisper Quiet Dual Fan PSU AMD Approved / P4 £44.36inclusive+£10 shipping or http://www.dabs.com/products/prod-s...bd=asc&stab=ref for £55.22 delivered. I have used Scan for years, they are usually a good supplier but the Returns phone line can queue a long time before being answered. I've actually ordered a Falcon capture card today, as that should benefit Playstation2, Laserdisc and any analog inputs, even if I don't use it for DVD input. cheers, Rob.