Do you get any indication that the PSU is working? (any motherboard lights on, fans turning, etc) If nothing, is the PSU power switch on, is the wall socket hot? If you do get anything you can check your power connectors (24 pin and 8 pin ATX12V) first. Are you sure that the case power switch is wired to the correct 2 motherboard pins?
Thanks! You gave me a good idea where to look. Yes, to answer your question, I had double-checked all the Front Panel switch connections, to make sure they were connected correctly.
I double checked the ATX12V and the 24 pin and those had solid connections.
So I double checked the surge protector, juice is running fine from the outlet I was plugged into.
I powered on the Power Supply, and began unplugging the case USB connections. Apparently one of them was either bad, or was not correctly connected. As soon as I unplugged one of them, the fans started going immediately. I unplugged both Case USB connections, and restarted the PC, and now I get the Dr. Debug POST test on the Motherboard.