So, my Wii has finally arrived DHL delivered it two days ago and needless to say I'm thrilled and as happy as a child on Christmas. But for a moment there, as I was setting up the console, I froze and felt a chill running down my spine. My old power converter which had served me for many years since I purchased a US GameCube, could only withstand up to 50W and on the back of the AC-adapter it said "52W"... Was this it? Would I really have to go on a search for a more powerful converter and if so - when would I actually be able to play?? But then I remember reading an article two months ago on power consumption - Wii vs. Xbox 360. I quickly entered the webiste, searched for the article and found a test showing that the Wii only consumed 17W while running Zelda and 10W in idle mode! So I went back to my livingroom to continue setting the console up and afterwards hit the power button... Yay, it boots! Yay, there's the Wii menu! Yay, I'm exploring the UI! And yesterday I played Wii Sports for nearly 4 hours with no problems whatsoever. Still, I'd like to ask you fellow members (especially those of you who have some kind of experience/knowledge in electricity and stuff) - do you find my act foolish or am I safe? Have I so far only been lucky not to blow a fuse (or worse) or is there nothing to worry about?