I am in the process of setting up my HT. As part of that, I need to run cables to my projector (which I don't have yet, but it's only a matter of time...). I am thinking I need to run component video, composite video, DVI (or HDMI, depending on projector), and VGA. My cable runs are going to be about 25-30 feet in order to get from my equipment closet to my projector. I was curious if people have had success with DIY cabling of those various types. I would like to be able to save some money on cabling while still maintaining high quality/low signal loss. In addition, I already have 4 lines of coax cable (RG6, I believe - the fatter of either RG59 or RG6, anyway :p) ) running from the equipment closet to the attic above the projector mounting area. Can I put terminators on these cables to serve as some of my video cables? (I was thinking the three component and one composite, but I don't really know.) I also have a couple of speaker wires running from my equipment closet to right above my projector, but my assumption is that these wouldn't have nearly adequate bandwidth for video signals, and I don't know what else they would be used for. Anyway... any guidance people can provide would be greatly appreciated. Since I'm fishing any wire down through walls, I'd like to minimize the number of wires I need to run.