I recently purchased a plane ticket to fly to Vancouver from Calgary to attend my friends' wedding. Given both cities are major population centers in Canada, there is a healthy selection of airlines to choose from. The traditional Air Canada and WestJet tickets always hovered around $300 CAD round trip, but during one of my searches, I found Flair -- an ultra low cost airline -- was selling tickets for an astoundingly impressive $118 CAD both ways. I knew Flair is literally the worst rated airline in the country, but thinking it was only a one hour flight, what could possibly go wrong? As it turned out, things went very wrong. My scheduled flight at 10:25pm did not take off until 3:44am, and by the time I arrived, it was almost 4 am local time. Not only was my flight delayed for over five hours, I was also stuck at a small regional airport with really nothing at all. The car rental office was long closed at 11:30pm and will not reopen until 8:00am, not to mention Abbotsford is almost 50km away from my colleague Kenneth's house where I was planning to stay. In the end, Kenneth bailed me out by picking me up four in the morning. Lesson learned: Never cheap out because things can go wrong. And when it comes to PCs, some may utter famous last words, what could possibly go wrong with a cheap power supply? Horror stories plaster the internet, so I will not repeat here. In the same way you should never fly with Flair, never buy a cheap power supply. Today, we will take a look at the Fractal Design Ion+ 760W Platinum, which promises excellent performance at a very reasonable price. Is this the WestJet of power supplies? Read on to find out!