Is the PS Audio PerfectWave P10 Power Plant worth it?

I'm interested in learning and hearing about your experiences with a power regenerator like the P10.  The science behind a pure sine wave AC power supply makes sense to me.  Can you guys share your experiences?  The audio quality in my house varies a lot depending on all kinds of different factors.  I'm trying to figure out if a power regenerator is the way to go to get consistent performance.  Thx
Thanks for the info guys, I agree the P10 is expensive new, I saw a few used ones selling in the $2k range.  I'm also considering the P5 as well.  I recently bought a new DAC, so I'm completely out of funds. Will probably get something next year. Doing some homework now :). Thx   
PS audio P10 is a nice unit i own one. But i found that the MC 6 Hemisphere from High Fidelity gave me a little bigger soundstage with blacker blacks. Its half the price, but you give up surge protection and have less plugs to hook equipment to. The Hemisphere is for front end only no amps unless they are small current draw. I did try the P10 and the Hemisphere together, with the P10 feeding the Hemisphere. It sound ok. The Hemisphere with out the P10 was very good. Holding on to my P10 for now.
If you are going to regenerate you should get one that can handle your whole system 
The PS Audio unit is fine, but not worth it as you can buy a used Topaz for a LOT less.

Either is the real way to deal with noise on the AC line - not a magic cable.  Assuming that your equipment itself cannot deal with noise on the AC line... and that you don't have other sources of noise that are real cause of your problems...