Part of the reason I bought the P2 was to avoid the LiPo charger, DC power supply, cable mess. Yes, I'm sometimes lazy about my hobbies. Since then, I've realized that I probably want to be slightly deeper into this hobby. I'm going to need a LiPo for some sort of video receiver and monitor, I watched a guy fly/glide a pusher airplane and I that seems cheap/fun, and I feel like I'm inching closer to building (at least from kit) my next quad-copter. All that was really a way of saying: I think I need a real DC power supply to go with the inevitable LiPo chargers. The question I have is whether to get a fixed DC or variable DC power supply. I used to have a cheap variable DC unit 5-6 years ago, but I stopped doing projects like that and so I sold it to a friend. I did find the variable voltage handy for things besides the project I bought it for, so I'm leaning that way. But, I don't think I really need a test bench quality power supply (Like a mastech), in fact I don't really think I need a variable current limit. What I'm imagining is something that lets me pick voltage in the range of about 5V-25V, and has a max output current somewhere around 10-20A. Looking at my needs, I think 200-300W would be fine. If my load draws more current than my theoretical unit can handle, I'd expect the power supply to protect itself with a fuse or something, but I don't need to artificially dial in the current limit. Ideally this power supply costs less than an quality bench PS. I guess what I'm asking you all is, does such a thing exist? Also, am I wrong for thinking it should? Have I overlooked something that makes this a stupid thing to want? Thanks for any help.