Hello; I hope I am posting this in the correct area. I need help determining the best type and brand of video cable to carry a video signal. I have a NEC LT260 LCD projector. It is set about 19' back from the wall and about 6'high. I currently have a s-video cable installed during construction of the house running through the ceiling to the projector . The ceiling is 14' vaulted so I needed a 50' cable. I spent about $100 on it so I think it is of reasonable quality. Unfortunately I had to move my projector and had to put a 6' extension on the s-video. It is a $20 8' RadioShaq extension and I am not certain of the quality. It is also very ugly dangleing down from the ceiling. (long story) I have noticed that my picture quality is OK for the most part, though there is some shadowing (for lack of better term) of my white characters on black backgrounds. Mostly movie credits. I have calibrated it w AVIA. (I had to turn the color almost to zero for tint!) So calibration is not the prob. I tried a wireless signal beast. It was poop. I am thinking now about running a different cable along the floor/wall line to the projector. It will only need to be about 33'. I am hoping to eliminate the shadowing and maybe get the picture a bit clerarer also. What would be the best cable to use? MY DVD has RCA, component and s-video outs. My projector has no component in, but it does have an adapter for component to its RGB for about $20 - $40. My only other option is to move the DVD to place nearer to the projector and run the audio the 33' back to the amp. (speaker wire is hard-wired in the house) But I don't think the optical digital will work that far... Sorry for such a wordy post. I hope it gives you a clear idea of my sit. Thanks for any advice you could share.