Since my last post about 1 month ago, the Denali has broken in further (NOTE: I didn't follow the advice of breaking it in with a fan or similar power draw before installing in my setup). My assumption is that low power draw gear like my DDC and DAC, simply takes a long time to break in the electrical path of the Denali dedicated to those outlets. If the Denali were easier to access in my setup and the power cords were more manageable, I would swap the amps to the digital and vice versa.
As usually happens in my setup, the HF are the last to break in. While my ear picked up on the better HF last week, what is captivating now is the timing -- just the natural flow of music. I can understand why some folks worry that digital will always sound like individual samples tied together, but these days of super low jitter (sometimes below the testing gear's capabilities), the timing miscues are inaudible to my ears.
With timbre, tone and timing intact, digital sounds like a GES (Good Enough Simulation) of live music and is very engaging and musically involving. Just to repeat: no previous power distributor/conditioner has accomplished this in my setup.