If that is what you think is important, then this is fine. In my experience, this is not very important. Most modern video equipment uses very robust switching power supplies that do not pass noise and can regulate perfectly from under 100 vac to over 130vac. It is a common misconception that there is value in external voltage regulation. There is convenience in a UPS, perhaps, but most of these units trade quality of protection for these features. The unit ou link above has a relatively low joule rating and no specs for current for surges, nor specs for the signal line clamping.I have one of this for all my equipment (except subs) http://www.tripplite.com/products/product.cfm?productID=3071 ... What I like is that is a battery back up... so I have some time to turn the TV off in case of power failure.
I think the most important thing is to protect the equipment for power changes with a voltage regulator.
As for the surge protector, instead of the block by Tripplite reccomended by tonyvdb how about this for just a few dollars more?
That one's perfect. I was looking at Monsters a while back and they are 3 or more times the price. I need one for my projector and black is beautiful. There's only one plug going into that outlet so a 4 gang module is a waste. I never knew Tripplite made these...that's awesome!Is this enough? Or look for something else?