See, I haven't finished my setup yet (Dear lord, I've been here since February of '00...that's scary)..
I was gonna use an inverter, but I figure in the long run it'd be easier and better to use a dedicated DC-DC power supply and buy an inverter for those "just in case" times...vcr, video games, mini-fridges (heh yeah right), etc.
Here's the cliche question....had any problems with it? (I took a look at your page...for like the 250th time or so..heh) and I know you wanted to move on to use a switching regulator for 12v and that some computers required a delayed power good signal...but I guess my question is, in normal operation, would there be anything that would stop it from acting normally? (Hope that made sense...I've been going over sharp lcd specifications for a few hours).
It performs as it is supposed to given by the specifications on www.sproggy.com. It does not supply enough current to the +12V line to spin up my 7200 rpm drive in addition to my celeron 466 system though. Others have said this can be fixed by adding another 12v regulator in parallel. I probably would have tried this but I had already ordered my keypower supply by that time.