Concerning digital cables for audio, am I correct in saying that the type/quality/make/brand for these does nothing at all. My knowlege of Digital audio *bitstream* is that the signal is either off or on. That is the nature of digital. So in choosing a cable to connect digital audio sources to the reciever there should not be any diffrerence, right? It will either work or it wont work. If i am correct why doesnt everyone just use a 2 buck mono rca type cable for the digital coaxial connection, or a cheap 5 dollar plastic TOSLink cable? I know this is not the case with an analogue signal, as you have to worry about static/signal degredation, however with digital i didnt think that this mattered. Let me know if i am missing something fundamental. Thanks in advance.