Hello all, For years, I've used one of the standard $25 B&M surge protectors on all my HT equipment. Run the coax for the cable TV thru it as well...all protected. I've had a few close calls with power line probs, etc, but thankfully, have never had one sacrifice itself to save the equipment. Though the peace of mind knowing it was there was priceless. Of course, I submit ALL warranty cards too. Now that I'm moving to better equipment, I want to better protect it. Panamax is highly regarded in the pro-sound world...used to have one in my guitar rack. I've been checking out the Panamax m5100 and the m4310 and it looks pretty good. Does under/over volt protection and EFI/EMI filtering. Looks like a good deal for the money. $200 HERE $300 for the 5100. There's a $100 diff b/t the two. The 5100 adds two outlets on an "unlimited current circuit" specifically for amplifiers and receivers. It also has capacitors on those two outlets to store a bit of extra juice. It's also got dimmable LEDs on the front panel. After reading up on it, the 5100 does seem to be worth the extra $100 over the 4310. .pdf instructions for the 5100 Any opinions on these units? Better ideas for the same money? I would imagine these units are worlds better than my $25 surge protector strip. Connected to this would be: Television Receiver Subwoofer CD Changer DVD player VCR Playstation Both units are rated at 1800 watts max, which I technically could exceeed with the receiver and sub at full current draw, but I doubt that would happen. Thanks!!!