When you have some time with the cables, perhaps you could assess the sonic impact of using these Chord AC power cords in your system context for the rest of us?
I think that I have had sufficient time to venture some comment now
Just a bit of background, I mainly listen to vinyl on my LP12 which is a fairly high (if not entirely conventional) specification comprising LP12 with Woodsong wenge plinth, Klimax Radikal, Keel sub-chassis, Urika phono stage, Naim Aro and Linn Krystal cartridge - all enhanced with Tiger-Paw Khan top plate, Tranquility and sKale counterweight.
The Chord Sarum Super ARAY power chord was connected to the Radikal; the Naim amps use Powerlines. The interconnects are Chord Sarum Super ARAY and the speaker cable is NACA5 to Kudos Super 20s.
When I changed the SSA to the Sarum T power chord on the Radikal there were elements of the music that immediately sounded better - clearer and bigger - but overall it was a little less coherent and a bit distracting. I was focusing on the good bits rather than enjoying the music.
I went through the process of changing back and forth a couple of times, and it was apparent that although the cohesion was not quite as good at that time the Sarum T was giving things that the SSA wasn't and it became more compelling, almost demanding that you put on another record.
Also the direction of travel was clearly the right one. It did not take very long before the Sarum T was simply better, and there was no need or desire to swap back to the SSA. As more music was played the sound of the system evolved and things fell into place as more a natural and cohesive presentation, but not as it had been previously with the SSA as it was more of a performance with greater presence. More perceived pace and flow - more real.
The mindset switched to then just enjoying listening to music as I mentioned at the beginning. There have been numerous occasions when I have suddenly thought "Wow - this is amazingly good" without really thinking about why.
The completely stupid thing though was it was very good before the change. I wouldn't want to live without the Sarum T and go back to SSA, but I think that I could - although I would need to listen with a standard cable first and then change up to SSA!! I already know that I could not give up the SSA power cable - as I tried and failed.
Although it is, in some ways, rather annoying and galling that Chord have improved their cable so significantly so recently after the SSA came out, I am actually very pleased that they did.