Looking good Lane, I had the same feeling when I got my OCZ 700w PSU. They are pretty small and not very heavy compared to some other supplies out there but the components are very decent and so far mine has been rock solid stable on 12v, 5.5v, and 3.3v. Using an old molex and SATA connector I made a little plug which I could connect to any free molex or SATA connector on my PSU and also connect to my DMM. That way I could just connect my DMM without having to hold it with my hands. This allows me to stress test and watch the readout in realtime. I then took this extra ATX connector thingy that came with my CM Stacker case (I think it's used to plug in optional fan) and modified it so that I could measure the 3.3v rail, again set up to be hands free so I could stress test while watching readout in realtime. They were all very stable.