Carrying over from a conversation Chu and I started in another thread. We started to debate the actual effect of high capacitance on interconnect cabling. Chu, I was just talking high frequency applications since I used 34Mhz in my example. I certainly wouldn't want to try and make a tuned speaker cable. That just wouldn't work (well). Since video signals are fairly close to their stated frequency used I thought that would have been a better candidate for a so called "tuned interconnect". I'm assuming when you analyse the pF/FT figures, the pF/ft sums as if it were just one capacitance. Instead of multiple 16pF/ft capacitors in series which actually makes it have less capacitance as you know. Just using 16pF as example number.