I use filter #5 - minimum phase apodizing. I think there is a pretty clear difference in how the apodizing filters sound.
Driving this from a very low jitter source such as an Evo, Audiophilleo, Off-Ramp, Wavelink, etc. makes a big difference. I'm not so sure the marketing from Rega about the inputs being reclocked and immune to jitter is accurate.
I'm using a Pangea AC14SE power cord with an IEC-to-C5 adapter
I was just going to go with the Pangea adapter and use it with my Iron Lung Jellyfish power cord (I use the Jellyfish on my integrated amp and desktop computer), but the Pangea AC14SE looks interesting. Audio Adviser's description said the AC14SE is designed for sources. Should I get it and replace the Jellyfish? The price isn't too bad, considering that the Jellyfish is $30 and the Pangea adapter is $20.