Good power conditioner overview in TAS

For those who are into the market for a power conditioner, there is an interesting test of nine conditioners to download for free from, an excerpt from their newest number.
Bound for Sound just published a review of the excellent Foundation Research Line Filters. I saw a demo once in a Home Theater, where a Richard Gray could not deal with some interference in the picture from a projector. The guy plugged the projector into a Foundation Research filter and the interference disappeared! It sounded great on his audio components too.
The guy says that the Richard Gray stuff is good for distributing power in a system, but it is not really all that good as a line filter.
Not to hijack this thread, but can anyone tell me if older Chang (3200) or Vanservers (Cleanline 141) conditioners will limit current delivery to my Llano Trinity 300
Hey Y'all,

Labtec, I really appreciate your input and suggestions. As for putting in a 240v line and a substation in the attic, I would definitely consider it, except for one thing. I live in an apartment. I do know that once I get myself into a house, I will install a few dedicated 20-amp lines. Underwoodwally, the gentleman who sold me the BPT, said the BPTs performance would jump significantly once I'm able to feed it from a 20-amp line. I will take your suggestion and get myself the RGPC 400s for the video part of my system. I currently have my amps connected directly to the wall outlet. I perceived the soundstage being a bit constrained and not full enough when I had both amps hooked to the BPT. I noticed the opposite when I switched to the wall outlets. Again, I really appreciate the help with this little quandary........John