Perfect Path Technologies: Omega E mat

I’m curious about this product from Perfect Path Technologies and would like to hear from those that have experience with it. I’ve bought and used the Total Contact enhancer and like what it does for my system so I’m interested in hearing how this Omega E mat performs. 
@davidpritchard  My Honda Civic had a solid copper bus bar. Timmy was shocked with the quality of the fuse box. It was like a miniature home panel. They come completely apart.  He painted my fuse box with TC, so it'll be neat to see what a tiny Alpha card will do.  The newer Japanese cars are the same way, and are totally worth doing.

<3  <3  <3 Inside? I now have quite the collection of mats in my  Scion, and it's incredible. A rolling sound room. <3 LOL <3 <3 Enjoy! <3 Krissy 
I recently reinstalled my Ayon Audio Odin MK3 Build 4 stereo amplifier (last Sunday) which I hadn't had in my system since last February (pre fully treated system with PerfectPath TC , new ac panel with copper bus bar and TC treated, and many Omega Mats).  I was shocked how good the Ayon sounded.  The PerfectPath products are perfect path to nirvana.  Based on many hours of play time and my memory, the amp now sounds super charged in comparison.  Bass with b_lls, holographic, highly resolving, musical, etc and the most noticeable change is how consistent it now sounds (have listened to it four days straight, multiple times a day).  This amp in my system is a totally different animal now.  I've turned it on at least 8 times and never once has the dedicated 20 amp breaker been tripped with the initial relay switching.  I would have never thought that anything out there would have such as profound effect on my system and solve one of the most perplexing issues.  
So, it’s been a week or so since we pasted connections in the circuit breaker box with Total Contact. My friend Dave came over for a listening session last night. Dave is the audiophile friend who helped me paste the circuit breaker box.

There was a definite jump in SQ over previous sessions. TC is funny that way ... it improves as the paste begins to cure.

During the session, I dug deep into the record vault and pulled out three gems that haven’t been on the turntable or CD player for a couple of years. These recordings have been transformed into some kind of magical thing that defies reality. If you have them and haven’t played them since applying TC, E-Cards, and E-Mats, dig them out for a great listening experience. Here they are if you want to buy them:

The first album is available on both vinyl and CD. Lee Oscar was the harmonica player for the rock group "War." This album is kind of a cross between jazz, rock and classical fusion. It plays huge. A music lover’s and an audiophile’s delight.

The second album is the soundtrack from the movie "Mission." It’s also available on both LP and CD.

The third album is by harpist Andreas Vollenweider. It's more jazz/rock/classical fusion. Amazing!

I had no idea what kind of information was buried in these recordings. Prior to the TC treatments, E-Cards and E-Mats, they were really good. But now? Who knew?

For all three albums, you will want to really crank up the volume, sit back and be totally immersed in sound.

Highly recommended.