The number of connectors may seem a bit short, but don't forget there's only a certain amount of equipment you can fit in this case. However, it would have been nice to have more than 1 SATA connector - after all, the case has space for 2 hard disks.
The ATX connector is 24-Pin, but can be converted to 20-Pin if required - a feature included on almost all modern Power Supplies.
There is a lack of support for PCI-E, which is a bit strange, considering almost all 24-Pin ATX motherboards are PCI-E nowdays, and the specs of the unit should easily be able to handle a mid-ranged PCI-E card.
As with all PSU's that pass through our hands, we had to rig it up to our custom PSU tester to see how it performed under load. Disappointingly, under 30a load on the +12v rails (15a per rail), the PSU only managed to output 9.79v which could cause serious system stability issues or may even damage hardware.