WOW that is cheap!
It use to be $40 from them in the day and even the lower $19 is still cheap; so $0.99 is smok'n (as is the $3.99 80w). Yea, I would hop on that if I were you.
You can see here, they are still $46
The 60W PSU should work fine but I think your wall-wart/power-brick choice is too small. Since it's a 12v wart supplying the power and the PSU is a 60W then you need a 60W one which is 5amp (12v 5amp = 60w). So the one you were wanting would only be a 18W wart
Here is one and I am sure you can find on cheaper somewhere...
In the test unit I built to compare the Morex to a Pyramid unit, I used a 80W PSU and a 60W wall-wart. I chose the 80W PSU since the 5v rail was rated at a tad higher current and I choose the 60W wall-wart since I was not going to use the PSU to it's full output (e.g. no 12v out use and such).
Since 3.99 is still cheap, I would do the 80W, it's worth the extra $3 I would guess. Make sure they don't stick it to you with shipping.
You can scab the power supply into the OEM harness if you want. Most people keep the OEM connector on the Mores and then scab into the OEM harness for the HD1000's main board. I choose to ace the OEM connector on the Morex and solder wires stright to it due to height issues. Most people find that it is almost too tall to fit under the HD1000's case. Also, I choose to make a replacement connector for the main board too, since I was doing all that. I used the same type and got the parts from Fry's.
Here is a picture of a typical install...
You can see where they had height issues.
You have a lot of custom work ahead of you. It's fun and takes time, but most opt for the Basic $59 OEM power supply rebuild and upgrade from Pyramid-Audio; or the turn-key for $89 where they also address Main Board issues too. However, if you do the Morex and have issues with your main board later, they can fix that for $39 (called the 3rd option).
See if this post helps (look at posts 1,3 and 17 in that thread).
however, with the Morex at $0.99 or $3.99, it might be worth your time?
Hope that helps, Matt
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