I'm in the process of putting together a pretty high end system, and I want a solid UPS to keep it healthy in the event of a power failure. I am not concerned with the battery life all that much, as I don't leave it on when I'm not around. Essentially 5 minutes would be sufficient, although longer wouldn't hurt. By rought calcuations, I want about 7 outlets - will have to double check as I may want to go with 8 or 10. Here is a run down of what will be plugged into it: PC Two LCD Monitors - 2007WFP's HP AIO 3055 Cable Modem Linksys RVS4000 Linksys WRT54G I suppose I could go without the network hardware. The RVS4000 is what I would really want to protect since I bought that. The Cable Modem is leased and the WRT54G is from my job so they would replace in the event of a failure. I have looked at a few briefly - I think my main question is this. Due to space constraints atm until I move, I can't keep things very far apart. How much of an issue is the EMI these puppies give off (similar to subwoofers), wrt how it can impact my monitors, tower and everything else?