My current setup is an X10 XPCP across the phases and I have my XTB-IIR in my computer room in a single phase configuration. I also have my CM15A in the same room driving things until my new project is complete that I want to drive the emulation port with and you have been helping me get that going, almost done. My computer room is about as far from the breaker panel as you can be, probably about a 60 foot run. Recently when everyone came home for spring break, my perfect solution stopped working on devices that are on an equally long run but on a different circuit probably because of the 10 additional signal suckers that were plugged in. They left, and everything started working again (One solution). I believe I know the answer here but wanted to confirm. If I replace my XPCP with my XTB-IIR and have it drive both phases, should I see improvement on issues related to signal suckers because of the reduced run length or is the signal from the XTB-IIR so strong that I may be looking at filters? The problem with filters is that the signal suckers are constantly roaming from outlet to outlet and the number of low-cost switching supplies is growing exponentially.