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Hey thanks, that could be my next power strip.
Too bad they dont allow local pickup, with shipping it comes in at just over 20 dollars (USD).
I wonder where you found that nice picture. Oh i see now, when i go back to the site the pic comes up. Before it did not.
Well i weighed all the options and based upon replies here, the safest and easiest and cheapest method is to use Nigels suggestion. I already have a nice power strip and the metal one will cost me more money and then i wont use the one i have now, so might as well use it as it just just one more screw that's all.
Eventually i may go for that metal one though, but right now i'll go with the one i have which is a decent one, and i wont have to drill any holes in it either
Thanks again for all the replies and suggestions, and have a Happy New Year.