Who has tried one of the PS Audio Power Regenerators?

I just read that PS Audio has introduced a new and more affordable power plant, the Stellar Power Plant 3.  https://www.psaudio.com/products/stellar-power-plant-3/.  I have been a long timer user of their various units,  going back to the Power Plant Premier, then a P5,  P10,  P15, and now a P20.  I was amazed at how much these bad boys improved my system and have been pushing them ever since to all my audio friends.  Going from the P10 to the newer generation P15 was eye opening to say the least.  Here is a link to my review of the  P15 https://forum.psaudio.com/t/my-review-of-the-new-p15-power-regenerator/6712.
If the big boy units are not within the budget,  then for sure try the new Stellar PP3. It can be used on all front end gear which is where they are most important. PS Audio  builds and services all their gear in Boulder and are known for having a great customer service department. I do not think a system is running at its full capability without using one of their units.  Try one.

PS:  If anyone is concerned that i am working for PS, let me assure you I am not. I have a small menswear retail clothing store in Greensboro NC.  www.thehubltd.com  
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OP - I had a P500 many years ago, then graduated to a PPP which could not handle the power demands of my power amp so I used a PS Audio Duet to condition the power to the amplifier.  Using the upgrade program I traded in my PPP for a P5. I have my entire system running off of it save my two subwoofers which are using the Duet for power.  I am using 34% of the capacity of the P5 so I don't see a need to move up to a higher unit.  Music is sweet and dynamic.  Those who oppose regenerators often point to the fact that they constrict the dynamic ebb and flow of the music.  Fortunately I'm not experiencing that.

I will read your review of the P15.  I would like to serif it is worth the step up to the newest units.
@ronkent. The link above is an "OOPS".  Can you find your review and just post it here?  Thanks!
hi,   for me at least the power capacity of the unit ceased to be a concern with the P10, but the change in sound quality going from it to the P15 was stunning.  Like getting a new amp. 

try this and then scroll down.   my name is Kent Tager and  you should se it as the second or third one.
@ronkent. Thanks for the link above.  I enjoyed reading your review.  You make a pretty compelling case for moving into one of the new regenerators.
thank you.   i consider it an underpinning of a really good system.  I have not tried any by the other companies, such as Audioquest and Shunyata,  but they are conditioners and not regenerators.  
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