From the thermostatic control perspective
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
This supply has an abundant array of of outlets, but I purchased it primarily for fan power and thermostatic control. It is certainly well built. It doesn't offer manual thermostatic control, or at least not as far as I can tell. There is no exterior control for temperature threshold. I'm not sure if there is an interior trim pot (which would be somewhat a hassle). It specifies the thermostat turns on at 85* and off at 70* which I can safely say is not an accurate claim, unless my unit, or the probe, is defective. With my Sanus 2115 cabinet, the overall interior ambient temperature will get well over 85* (cabinet completely closed with the probe centrally located). A lot depends on the magnetic probe placement, which in reality is the only way to find the "sweet spot" for acceptable ambient temperature control. A bit fiddly, but acceptable work around.
Pros: Plenty of outlets in various plug configurations. Well built.
Cons: No way to manually adjust temperature to activate fan units. Need to work with temp probe to achieve this, which changes depending on what equipment is running. Some equipment runs hotter than others.