Knock on wood all 4 of my CM-7000 CECBs are working fine but I have been reading about a steady increase on the number of capacitor failures in such CECBs.
Also knock on wood all 4 of my ES-30v's are working fine although all but one have very dim displays, one of the first signs of failing caps.
My vision also isn't what it used to be, I never had problems up close but lately I need to remove my glasses and even with that I can't see as good as I did 10 years ago
Luckily I was able to fix my secondary PC today. It's a '07 model HP and it just up and died. The fuse checked OK so I took a gamble and purchased a replacement power supply from B&M Microcenter($69 because it was a odd rather small size). For a similar wattage as original it was only $35 at Amazon(it was actually $79 for the wattage I got at MC) but what I liked about MC was the salesman said if it wasn't the power supply I could return it, no problem, I also liked the fact that it was a higher wattage than original. Luckily it was the power supply and other than a few modifications in mounting it, it looks and works like new.
I would have liked to get more than 5 years out of the original PC power supply but I guess things aren't made like they used to be, better than replacing the whole PC which for a similar model would still cost ~$300. It's what I'm using as I type this message.
edit: I see your photo, it's a little fuzzy so it's hard to tell for sure what cap it might be but I think?? in Digado's post he gives the numbers of which caps are most prone to fail.