Murphy s Laws for Audiophiles

I thought that everyone had such great stories on the Listening Room Rules, that I'd try this one out:
Creating the List of Murphy's Laws for Audiophiles:
Here are some of the "regular ones" to get the creative juices going.

1. The chance of a piece of bread falling buttered side down is directly proportional to the cost of the carpet.
2. Any tool dropped while repairing a car will roll underneath to the exact center.
3. A good lawyer is a bad neighbor. (I put that in for Kelly, it's a compliment :-)
You reach the infamous audio nirvana and then after a few moments of listening you will loose power, and then when the power returns your system sounds like it belongs in radio shack.
You'll finally reach audio nirvana, but in adjusting the final toe-in just right your behemoth speakers will tip over and kill you.
When you sell your speakers and the guy is on his way to pick them up you try a new tweak that makes them sound better than ever.
A recommended component never sounds as good after it appears in the deletions column.
Your significant other's desire to discuss any topic is directly proportional to your excitement toward listening to a new purchase.