Yup, that's it exactly! Wow... pretty impressive to find the exact one just off of my description
Anyways, it's a lovely little device, and I LOVE having native SATA power cables! I don't like using adapters at all!
What can I say? I've been a professional geek since around 1993.
Actually, if the Blue Storm AX500 had been around when I bought my Enermax, I'd have bought it. Both are similar quality, but I had to do the sleeving and EZ-Grip molex connectors myself for my Enermax, and it's one HECK of a lot easier to leave that work to someone else. The Forton also has only the one 120mm fan rather than the 80mm/92mm fans of the Enermax, so it's a little quieter. Fortron currently has the best bang-for-the-buck rating; if you have the 460w version (named the AX500, so it sounds a little misleading) it retails for about $80-90US, a great price on a solid PSU.
Integrated SATA power cables are indeed nifty. My next PSU will need to have four of them (currently have two), though that may be a year or more. When I need to add two more drives this time, I'll probably just sleeve a 5.25" to 2 x SATA adapter and pop that on for the time being.
Intel Q9450 @3.2GHz, Gigabyte GA EP45-UD3P, 4 x 2GB G.Skill @4-4-4-12
Antec P160SW case (modded), Xigmatek 750w PSU
3x 500GB (RAID-5), , OptiArc 7200S, ASUS E818A3T
Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer, Hauppauge HVR-1800, Radeon 4890