I currently own a Power Plant Premier. It has done a fine job. I bought it from Audio Advisor in 2012, had it for about 3 months when it developed the “clicking of death” which required that I send it in for servicing. Excellent service from PSA. Since I got it back it has been working fine ever since. Several times it has begun clicking again but whatever was causing the clicking must have been resolved as the clicking stopped on its own with no intervention necessary. Once it was clicking for the better part of a day and i was alarmed thinking “here we go again” Fast forward to today. My system has changed quite a bit since I bought the PPP and I am looking at an upgrade over the PPP. I am looking at either a P10 or a balanced power unit from Core power technologies. The P 10 costs quite a bit more than the balanced power unit. In researching both units it would seem that the P10 is sonically better but I am concerned with future performance. The Corepower units are passive and I am told will last a long time. I am not sure about the regenerators hence this post. How long would say a P 10 be expected to last? I use my PPP constantly as my audio system, computer and hdtv are all being powered by it so the same would hold for the P 10. It would get a lot of daily use. Thanks for any insight.