I just ordered a new Panasonic AE900 projector. Will use it later on in the basement, but have not started on finishing it. Wanted to play around with the projector first. So in the mean time, I want a cheaper solution to go by to use in my current temporary spare room. I have two options, a long component cable or a long digital audio cable (coax). I think I need something with 25+ feet. I assume this must be a normal thing people with projectors encounter. It also seems a coax cable for the audio would be cheaper, as I can move the DVD player to the back and re-use my current component cable. The plan is to later on in the basement probably use HDMI or similar, so I would need a new cable anyway (and right now I don't know the length I need as I have not designed the basement area yet). So I just want a cheaper solution that would be reasonable good to go by for a few months until I setup the whole new system downstairs. Would something like this work fine? For example, Amazon, sells a "Belkin PureAV RF Coaxial Video Cable, 25 ft." for a good price. How does digital audio affect by cheaper long cables?