I agree. I would also caution against omitting power factor. If you do, you get VA, not power.I would caution against using the phrase "per phase." It frequently leads to a misunderstanding. If phase A carries 10 amps, and phase B carries 10 amps, and phase C carries 10 amps, that is not "10 amps per phase," and it doesn't result in a "total" of 30 amps. The amps leaving the source on phase A return to the source on phases B and C. It is the same amps.