Wait for someone to send you a link with "approved" PSU brands. (EDIT: beaten to the reply button )
Personally, after owning a Sparkle Power for 5 years, I'm now very concerned about noise as well.
Can't go wrong with a corsair brand right now (made by seasonic).
of course you could go here http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.js... figure out how large a PSU your going to need before you buy it.. then look at PSU manufacture pages for refurbs... they are usually just as good as new, many with same as new warranties and sometimes about 20-30% off..
I am thinking of paying up to 80 sandwiches on a power supply. Someone help me!
The PSU you picked is garbage.
For "80 sandwiches" I would recommend the Seasonic S12 430. It is a premium brandname that is very reliable and quiet as well. It can provide 348w (29 amps) of constant power on the 12v rail which is the most important rail since all your power hungry components draws power from.
If I recall correctly from one of your post you have an Athlon X2 5000 and an ATI 1650 Pro or XT. This PSU is more than capable of handling such a light load. You'll have plenty of room to add a more powerful video card unless you intend on installing a GeForce 8800GTX or Radeon 2900XT. You'll need a more powerful PSU for those.
Seasonic S12 430 => $75.50 excluding shipping costs and tax if applicable: