Holy hell, 108 amps on one rail? Do they also sell a MIG welding attachment with it? That's some serious power. Serious note; I find it weird that Corsair is the only one offering digital power monitoring on their high-end PSUs (AX1200i), i would of thought it be something more manufacturers would offer on their top-end PSU's when you consider how much they cost and the fact that they end up powering PCs worth some decent $$$.
I'm so glad they aren't including that goofy switch on the NEX 1500 that switches between single and multiple rail usage. That''s utterly pointless in a modern-design PSU. In fact it's the thing that made me buy an Enermax instead.
The 10-year warranty is very attractive though. The price is great, too, for that level of PSU, Mr. Broekhuijsen was a bit off with his "bit expensive" comment. Hopefully it's made by a top OEM, like Seasonic.