Athena Computer Power today powered up (pun intended!) the Athena AP-TFX35 80 Plus 350W Power Supply. At 350 Watts the Athena AP-TFX35 is not exactly designed for systems with power-hungry dedicated graphics cards, but for HTPCs and computers with integrated graphics or video cards that don't require dedicated power, this PSU should work just fine.
Connectors of the AP-TFX35 include the 24 pin connection, P4-12V 4 pin along with SATA II 15 pin + Molex 4 pin, and FDD 4 pin (who uses floppies any more though?). The PSU has a Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) of 100K hours and features Active Power Factor Correction to keep the voltages stable. A cursory check at Newegg shows that it is not yet available there, but probably will be soon and for less than $40 I would imagine.