When travelling I usually just take one power adapter and a small powerboard and then make sure any devices using it rated 110v – 240v. However I recently saw one of these http://www.gadgetguy.com.au/product/belkin-travel-surge-protector/ cheap so I picked it up as it is pretty small and saves a bit of dicking around. Even though it is sold with 5 international power plugs (including the US), on the device it says I/P 220-240 VAC O/P 220-240VAC which implies to me that it only accepts input voltages of 220-240v. Do you think it will be ok to use in the US and Central America? If not, why the hell would they include a US plug for a device that doesn't work on US voltages?