Well, I have a UPS pickup scheduled for Monday for the DOA Power Plant. More, this isn't an exchange; I'm returning it for credit.
The day after I'd ordered the PPP I had a bit of buyer's remorse, but nothing too serious (i.e., big knot in the stomach). But I had time to think, and when it arrived dead that helped convince me to return it and stick with what I've got for now. So I'm running my Tripplite LCR2400 through the Furman (that I'm keeping). At some point I may look into replacing the LCR, but not now; I don't need to get back on the upgrade horse. And I realize the influence of magazines and (especially) forums, as I got caught up in the upgrade bug, what with the PPP being on sale and everyone raving about it.
If I were to replace my LCR, at this point there are only 3 options: a Furman SPR-20i (I'd need a 20A-15A adapter for that) or Panamax's M5400-PM or Max-7500. All 3 regulate voltage and offer more functions than my LCR, though the SPR lacks the convenience outlet I want. But as a practical matter, I'm only 10 years or so from retiring (God willing), and need to take a careful look at large discretionary purchases like this. So taking the more reasoned approach (not nessarily an audiophile one), I think I will stand pat and try enjoying the music for a while.
I may decide to replace some more power cords on the front-end equipment, getting shorter ones to mitigate the bird's nest behind my right rack in particular. That wouldn't cost too much, and I could do it soon.