Ever the DIY'er, I "rolled my own" powerbridge type solution, for much cheaper!
First, I bought one of these: Leviton 4937 Straight Blade Receptacle
Some light machining to remove the hinged door and several coats of spray enamel later and I had this:Alt View Rear View
As a bonus, this inlet has a metal faceplate and is EXTREMELY heavy-duty in build (it's intended as a power inlet for recreational vehicles). It also has a weather gasket on it, so it makes a nice seal with the wall (less drafts).
The closet and room where my AV rack is located is painted a deep chocolate brown and has black outlet boxes.
My inlet is not shown here, but is on the front-left wall (off screen) in this photo.
Since I was mounting this behind my plasma, I wanted a recessed box. I also needed to connect a bunch of signal cables. Best solution? Carlon SC300PRB 3-gang recessed dual voltage box.
I knew I was going to be feeding the "inlet" from my APC H15 power conditioner, but one can never be TOO careful with a $3500 plasma. So I bought one of these to put in the Carlon behind the display.
This is what it looked like all together:
So, now I have a "powerbridge" system that not only looks awesome, but has more capabilities and safety for my equipment.