I just had a conversation with Nordost, where we discussed grounding techniques. They don't suggest using a 3-2 adapter to lift the ground on any components. This made me curious, as, when older units had a polarized plug, the way to get the correct orientation was to use a 3 to 2 adaptor to get the correct orientation (or use a Namiki Direction Finder). I'm using their Q-Base unit, by the way.
Now that plugs are all polarized, I'd like to know if others still use a 3 to 2 adaptor or plug directly into the wall. Guys? Girls? Others?