Hi, I've been playing with my Pi and finding that I can crash it fairly easily, so I did a bit of research and noted that I had a very poor PSU (400mA) and swapped it for the largest alternative I have in the house (a Kindle PSU @ 850mA). I can still crash it fairly easily merely running: rtorrent, rsync & compiling for good measure
Now, according to Farnel the max it should be pulling is 1.2A, so obviously I should go for 1.2A+, but having read a few reviews on Amazon it's not clear what I should go for exactly, as I find reviews like http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R10KUWVY ... lectronics for a 2A where two people specifically call it out as being unable to power the Pi (er, what: it's Samsung, so presumably reputable and accurately specified, and 2A should be way more than required?!)
So I'm asking for specific recommendations. I don't have a USB hub, I do have an external (powered) drive array, and I will likely plug in a USB sound card at some point. I'm probably what most people would term a "power user" as I will be compiling on there (probably Gentoo at some point when I can be bothered) and I will be pushing it, and probably playing with overclocking it too.
What specific PSU do you power users/overclockers recommend? First and foremost I want the thing stable!