Overall that's a lot more blown fuses than I would have expected. In decades of all sorts of hifi, I don't recall EVER suffering a blown fuse.
Luckily (touch wood) my 4-fuse BHSE has a soft start function and no issues in its first year (touch wood again and cross fingers and toes).
I suppose equipment designers have to compromise when specifying fuse ratings. Need to be low enough to provide the safety net in normal use, yet high enough to handle start up rush.
On another forum. when someone complained to HFT that their fuses blew too readily, the answer was that the HFTs are built to tighter tolerences. They comntinued that UL standards allow for a very wide tolerance range that the stock manufacturers take advantage of. I'm personally not convinced by that answer, but it's food for thought. I'd be more convinced if HFT did get their fuses UL or CE certified. Germans are usually good at that sort of detail.