I currently have the following hooked up to my surge suppressor. Samsung 30 Inch Slimfit CRT TV Panasonic DMP-BD60 Bluray player Toshiba HD-A2 HDDVD Xbox 360 JBL E250 Northridge 12 inch subwoofer Onkyo TX-SR805 A/V Receiver (130W x 7) Dish Network HDDVR This weekend I will be replacing my Slimfit with a Panasonic 42 inch Plasma TV which I assume will probably draw less power than the Slimfit. But my question is, with all of this nice equipment, is this surge suppressor adequate? I spent about $45 on it on sale a couple of years ago. http://www.apc.com/products/apcav/products/index.cfm?action=detail&base_sku=PR11T3V2 The thing that concerns me, is that it doesn't have network connections for my Blu-ray player, or my Xbox 360 which are both hooked up to my DSL Modem directly. I looked at this product: http://www.monstercable.com/productdisplay.asp?pin=5317 It certainly costs more (though has fewer outlets). Am I going to gain anything from something like this? It only has one network cable. Or would I be just as protected if I bought a better surge suppressor for my computer and ran the phone line through it before it reached my modem? I know this is alot of questions, but I also used to have my power flicker in my office in the other room sometimes if I had alot of stuff running, though I haven't noticed that in probably 6 months. Is that dangerous for my equipment, and should I consider a voltage stabilizer? The cost is certainly prohibitive, but if I'm doing long term damage, I'm willing to consider it. Thanks in advance, sorry for all of the questions.