Has anybody ordered component cable from monoprice.com? Their prices are so much lower than anywhere else that I've looked, so I was wondering if the quality is much lower, or if there is something significant missing from the cables' construction. For example, prices for a 6ft component cable are: Premium - $12.54 http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...ormat=2&style= Standard - $4.21 http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...ormat=2&style= Specs on Premium cable: PREMIUM 6FT 3-RCA Component Video RG-6 18AWG 75Ohm CL2 Rated Cable # Specifications: Color Coded: Green, Red and Blue # Triple heavy-duty super shielded RG-6/U coaxial cables to maximum signal transfer and minimize interference. # Gold plated RCA plugs to improve conductivity. # Color coded and labelled for the luminance (Y) and chrominance (Pr, Pb) Signals. # Solid center conductor: 18 AWG (1*1.02) Super shielding: 120 % aluminum foil + 9*16/0.12 TINNED COPPER Braid # Fully molded construction. Excellent quality. Anywhere else that I have looked for component cable has priced them around the $50 mark, including bluejeanscable, Monster (obviously overpriced), and Bestbuy's in store brand, Rocketfish. I am looking at getting component cable for my DVD player, as I am currently running it on S-Video. My tv is a 27" JVC CRT with one component input, one S-video, and three composite inputs. I also have a PS2, which I have running into the tv in the component input as the PS2 component cable was far cheaper than a regular component cable for the DVD player. All audio from the DVD player and PS2 player is going into my Denon AVR 786, and I have digital audio coming from the DVD player. If I upgrade the DVD player from S-Video to component, it would require two cables - one from the DVD player to the receiver, and then one from the receiver to the tv (I would then plug PS2 video into the receiver). I would like to upgrade my picture quality on DVDs from S-Video to component if it is cheap enough, but did not think it was worth it at $100 for the two cables. With the $24 price at monoprice, it becomes much more feasible, so I just wanted to check if anybody can see a reason why these cables are so cheap, and if there is some reason that this is too good to be true. One point to keep in mind is that I will not be upgrading to an HDTV anytime soon, as we are planning on moving overseas in a couple years.