You should have a look at Mike Chin's announcement over here
. Mike Chin does want to step down from SPCR and move on to other things, but there's apparently still some hope that the site won't just shut down, so we'll see...
Now, on topic: I've replaced a dying Corsair CX400 by a 400W Enermax Pro80+ (EES400AWT-GP) and I'm quite happy with it. It's definitely less noisy than the CX400 and, in my build, it's always drowned out by other noises: the 3 hard drives (2 of them 7200 rpm drives) in idle, the CPU fans on load (2 Scythe Slipstreams PWM on a Mugen 2, cooling a 3GHz Core 2 Duo E8400). Of course, I don't have the tools to thoroughly test it, and I can't compare it to a super-quiet PSU (I think the CX400 is considered OK, but not great, by others on SPCR) - so I can't give any guaranty about how it will work in an extremely quiet system. But it's effectively silent for my use.
The only real issues I have with the Pro80+ are the cable lengths and the choice of connectors on some of them. The cable length works in my solo (which isn't a huge case), but I can't route all cables exactly how I'd like, so it might be a serious issue in bigger cases. The connectors I don't like are the SATA/Molex: I think there are too many molex connectors and not enough SATA ones, plus I don't like the cables with a mix of molex and SATA connectors. With the CX400, I had all my HDDs powered by a single cable with 3 or 4 SATA connectors; with the Pro80+, I have to use a molex->SATA adapter to plug all my HDDs on the same cable. Of course all that depends on which components you have, so it's only a problem for my personal preferences.