I am going to be moving into my new home soon and wanted to get prepared for a server rack I have been putting together over the last few months. The rack is a large 42U server rack from Tripp Lite. So far, I have the following components in the rack: NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh WiFi System with Tri-band (Although this may sit in a distribution hub downstairs) ARRIS SURFboard SB6190 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem (Although this may sit in a distribution hub downstairs) Furman PL-PLUS DMC Power Conditioner with Voltmeter / AMMeter Custom Built NAS for Plex (FreeNAS) Chassis - Supermicro 846BE16-R1K28B Motherboard - Supermicro MBD-X10SRH-CLN4F-O Memory - Crucial 16GB ECC RDIMM DDR4-2400 x2 (32GB) CPU - Intel Xeon E5-1640 v4 Boot Drive - Samsung 850 Evo 120GB HDD - 8x WD Red 4TB's (Expandable to 24 drives) TP-Link 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Rackmount Switch (TL-SG1024) When I move into the new house, I will be adding in the following components: PS4 Pro (x2) AV Receiver (Haven't picked one out yet, but it will be a powerful 7.2+ receiver capable of 4k passthrough, HDR, and all the bells and whistles) NVIDIA Shield Nintendo Switch (Possibly?) HDHomeRun Connect Quattro Possibly more components based on automation, custom remote control systems, or video games requirements The server rack will sit in the closet of a home theater room. I have the power conditioner to keep the power clean going into the components (something I read was a benefit, especially for AV receivers). My question is how I should be protecting the equipment and what I should purchase to provide power distribution and useful functionality to the server rack. I have seen many versions of PDUs for TrippLite racks online, but I am not sure how to configure it. Should I purchase a large vertical PDU and plug that into the power conditioner? Should the power conditioner be plugged directly into the wall? Or should I do the opposite....only the receiver goes into the power conditioner, which goes to the PDU, which goes to the wall....and the rest of the components just go to the PDU directly? I want to have an idea of how to set this up beforehand, so when we get to the house, I can plug things in without having to rerun wires and reconfigure things multiple times. Thank you!