so I've got a few questions I'm hoping people can set me straight on regarding electrolytic caps. I'd like to do my 5050 soon. It's taking about 30min to warm up in the morning before it will start playing audio... so, I've heard of course that Audio grade caps and Power supply Caps are different. However, the only difference I've heard people explain is that the Power supply caps you want to have a higher ripple current rating and higher temp rating. is that all...? That question leads me to another-- Does the above just mean that Audio grade caps tend to not have as high ripple current and temp ratings? If I'm selecting audio grade caps should I stay away from those with high ripple current ratings or high temp ratings? what about those with higher capacity ratings than stock? originally, my (very) general thought about this topic was: If I'm replacing any electrolytic capacitors (audio or PSU)-- from a technical standpoint; always go with the highest rating of every spec as long as you could still fit it on the board without any problems (price concerns aside). I have a feeling now that that is obviously wrong? so, I'm hoping someone can clearly explain the technical dividing line between both uses of electrolytic capacitors.