Furutech GTX-D NCF or Power Cord

Hi folks,

Focused on improving my digital front end -accomplished my goal. (Maestro AC outlet) (Front end: MacBook Pro >added Furutech Formula 2 USB cable> added Uptone USB Regen> added Teradak U9 LPS >added Ghent Gotham GAC-4 DC cable> > added VH Audio Flavor 4>added isolation transformer> added Silver Audio Wattmaster PC> PS Audio Nuwave DAC

Interconnects and speaker cables: JW Audio

Amplifier: Anthem I225 integrated (modified)> Wireworld Stratus 5 PC> Porter Port outlet. Speaker: Klipsch RF7II.

Focused on refining the sound quality of the electronics by replacing the Wireworld Stratus PC with another PC ($300 or less)  -or replacing the Porter Port AC outlet with a Furutech GTX-D NCF R - concerned that the horn of the Klipsch can sometimes be sharp depending on the downstream components so the Furutech GTX-D outlet might tip things over the top with too much sharpness in the highs. Also considering Cable Company recommendation for integrated amp PC replacement at $300 or under:  "Synergistic Research UEF Red power cord, Audience Forte F3, and especially Voodoo Cable Black Magic."

Any opinion on which route to improve the sound quality: the Furutech GTX NCF outlet to replace the Porter Port outlet, or new PC to replace the Wireworld Stratus PC?

My goal is to keep the weight in the mids and lows but refine and resolve the overall presentation and not introduce leanness.
Get 2 Furutech NCF clear lines ASAP big improvement in dynamics and noise floor.There power cords are great as well.
I've got  about 450hrs on a recently installed Furutech GTX NCF and  sharpness in the highs is no where near it's description, it may sound that way somewhere through the brun in process but no different than any other outlet sounding shrill harsh etc.., it will sound as neutral as your system is. The overall sound  is wonderful and like no outlet I've tried combing attack , slam and lighting fast transients with bloom , sound stage integrity and harmonic structure. I stayed away from this outlet for the very reason you described and after a late 2021 system upgrade it was the more than a cherry on top but another layer to the cake.