As I mentioned in the general build thread, My TOP-900W is on its way out, after many years of good service.
I replaced my worn-out 8800GT cards with a pair of EVGA GTX 460 in SLI. I'm running that with a trio of hard drives, a Q9650 quad-core processor, and two optical drivers. I'd like an actual modular PSU (i.e. one with only modular leads, rather than any hardwired ones), since that will let me keep my current arrangement of cables. I've got a EVGA 780i motherboard, though I don't think that makes too much of a difference.
So far, I've gotten two very good suggestions: a Silverstone ST1000
and a SeaSonic X750
I'm leaning towards the ST1000, since I'm more familiar with Silverstone, and I'm not too
worried about sound (though quieter is nicer, of course). If there are any other suggestions among rare fully-modular PSUs that could cover a pair of those cards and a CPU, I'd definitely like to consider them. My budget is $150 to $250 (I'm shooting for $200), since I've the year's resumed and I've gotten my TA job back.