I have Comcasts 22/5 service. After I first got this setup, my speeds were capped at 6/1. Took me a while to figure it out, but once I turned off QOS in my router and rebooted it, I got better than my advertised speeds. I am using a D-link DIR-655.
You can most definitely get by with much less of a PSU - but I figured it would give you a quality PSU while allowing head room moving forward with upgrades and such. If you're on a tight budget, shop around a bit.
Pull your CMOS battery, wait for a minute and put it back in, Try to boot. If no go, a power supply tester which can be purchased at a computer/electronics store pretty cheaply.
Or, you can use a paper clip to test the PSU.
Turn off power supply.
Unplug the power supply from all devices...
I've got a Bold on order. Got it through Amazon for $150 after rebate. I thought about waiting for the Storm. However, given the Storm will be Rim's 1st gen touch screen effort, no WiFi, and likely will be at a higher price point, I decided to go with the Bold. Storm's interface looks great though.
Just built a new box for a friend, based on this board. Dropped in a Q6600 and straight to 3.0GHz without any voltage increase. Rock solid and error free for 12 hours while testing with Prime95 and OCCT.