Thanks for the comments guys. I will try to answer some of the questions. Phil A has done a great job in my absence this morning (we have the day off and I slept in).
Pete, the SolidSteel racks have MDF shelves floating on aluminum cones. Since I spent Dec. 31 putting the racks together and unhooking and rehooking the equipment, and yesterday was the greatest college football day since the BCS took away the traditional New Year's Day bowls, I haven't had a chance to listen much, but will this weekend and will let you know what I hear. The Daedalus racks are all maple/walnut sandwiches so I expect them to be good sinks for any vibration, etc.
The P-5 seems to work well for me. I live in an older neighborhood (homes built between 1900 and 1925 and most have knob & tube wiring unless rewired) and the overhead power lines have been in place for a long time. I have incoming power that fluctuates from 116 to 121 volts and averages 3.4% to 5.1% TDH. I use the Multiwave setting and the power out is a perfect sine wave 120V with a TDH of 0.1%. When I listen late at night after my neighbors have gone to bed, the incoming power seems more stable and the TDH is on the lower end of the range; plus the Noise Harvesters barely flash, if at all.
Jason, Phil is right. Those are PS Audio Noise Harvesters. I have a lot of them in all of the unused outlets in the music room plus a few spread throughout the house as well as the two in the Power Broker. The Power Broker is plugged into a dedicated 20 amp circuit along with the P-5. The two amps and pre amp are plugged into the Power Broker and everything else is plugged into the P-5.
the 4" maple block (from Mapleshade) is sitting in my basement right now. It really made a difference when the TT was sitting on the top MDF shelf of the SolidSteel 6.4 rack. The top shelf of the Daedalus rack is a 2.5" maple/walnut sandwich and for now I am assuming I won't need the maple block.
Phil is correct about my speakers. They are Daedalus DA-1.1 version2 with AP crossovers. The wood is cherry. I also have two Daedalus BOWs in cherry. Here's a pic.
Phil, thanks for helping me out by answering some of the questions. Let me know if you have other questions. Appreciate the nice comments. Lou really did a terrific job with these racks.