Okay so that means my calculation for the amount saved looks to have been right. If electricity is 18.84 cents per kWh in Queensland it's probably about the same here in NSW, rather than the 15 cent figure I used, so the saving would be greater than I calculated. It means that at the 15 cents per kWh figure I used running an old style 100 watt incandescent light bulb 24 hours a day for a year would cost: 100 watts per hour = 1 kilowatt every 10 hours = 2.4 kilowatts every 24 hours = 2.4 x 15 cents = 36 cents a day = 13140 cents per year = $131.40 per year! Wow that's for running just one 100 watt incandescent light bulb continuously for a year! I used to run three 100 watt incandescent light bulbs in every light fitting in most rooms in my house! Running the light bulb for 12 hours a day would be $65.70 for a year so the $52 saving I calculated for saving 90 watts per hour for not having my plasma TV, VCR, DVD etc in standby an average 12 hours per day was about right. It means that the Click unit I bought from Bunnings will pay for itself in less than a year and the Jaycar unit I use with my computer should pay for itself in about 18 months. Mind you judging from the way they've worked so far Ill be lucky if both units last much longer than the 12 month warranty period and if they break soon after the warranty expires it will be a pointless exercise in terms of trying to save money. Money considerations aside I like the convenience of using the remote to switch on my printer, scanner and an external hard drive enclosure while sitting at my computer. Now if I can just get one from Jaycar where the remote works from more than a few cm from the outlet! I'll take it back tomorrow and pick up a replacement.