I’m planning on installing two dedicated circuits for my A/V needs with Hospital Grade receptacles. One for amps – 120W x 5, 70W x 2, and 250W. The second for my TV, DBS receiver, pre/pro, CDP, DVD Players, VCR, and LDP. Currently, I have my amps plug directly into the wall, and my other equipment plugged into the Panamax 1000+. Here are my questions (with the 2 dedicated circuits): 1. Would it still be OK for me to still plug my amps directly into wall? Or should I use a nice quality conditioner/surge protection like Jon Risch on described on Audioasylum, sold on DIYcables.com? Or should I use a Tripp-Lite Hospital Grade Surge Suppressor (ISOBAR 6 ULTRA HG)? How will any of these effect the dynamics of my amps/sound? 2. Should I still be using the Panamax 1000+ for my TV, pre/pro, etc. (as listed above)? Or should I use again Jon Risch conditioner/surge protection? Or can I use one of those Tripp-lite Isobar 6 DBS HT surge suppressor sold on globalmart.com? Or use the Hospital Grade Isobar 6 above? Or just keep the Panamax 1000+? 3. Also, is it better to separate analog and digital sources? Seems like the more catalogs I look at the more paranoid I get.