Hello all, this is my first post and I'm going to start out by "beating a dead horse!" I'm putting together a modest home theater and have everything except component and S-video cables for my projector. I have a HDTV projector (Epson TW100) and am sending it component video from my Denon 2800 MkII DVD player and HDTV from an over the air tuner. By the time the cable is ran inside the wall, into the attic, between the joist, and down to the projector, it will be about 35-40 feet. I've been reading every post I can find on video cable quality and am still unsure which cable to purchase. I want a top quality picture but I don't want to spend any more than is required. (I have other stuff to buy...) I've found debating the following cable choices for component video cable: -- BlueJeansCable.com Component Video Cables, Belden 1694A, 40 ft. @ $84.95 -- AudioQuest 12 meter YIQ-G $165 -OR- YIQ-X for $225 -- Tributaries 12 meter TriVideo @ $212 -- Proflex 40 ft. @ $100 -- Bettercables.com Silver Serpent 12 meter @ $320 (ouch!) For S-Video I've found the following: -- Monster M-500 50 ft. @ $125 -- Tributaries 12 meter Delta @ $70 OR DCV S @ $140 -- BlueJeanCable.com S-Video Cable, Belden 1808A, 40 foot @ $70 -- bettercables.com Silver Serpent S-Video 12 meter @ $180 (ouch, again!) What do you think?