Lately I've been looking on the monstercable website at their "Home Theater Power Center" surge protectors. They seem to not just protect from surges, but to also clean the AC current so as to provide an interference/distortion free sound and image for all your audio/video components. They also offer coaxial hookup so as to provide a better cable TV signal. Now, I'm looking at the HTS 2000 MKII and HTS 1000 MKII models specifically and was wondering: would these provide a significant upgrade over my generic (and cheap, around $20) surge strip? Would it do a better job of preventing damaging surges? I have about $1200 worth of HT equipment, and if these things did a far better job of protecting my equipment, I think it would be a worthwhile investment. Now, it would be even BETTER if they also cleaned up the audio/video quality too. For example, some stations on my cable TV (not digital cable or anything, just regular) have tons of noise--it's sometimes like watching TV through a cheesecloth. Would these models clean that up? Thanks!