Well, i was plannin on making my own S-video cable to replace my 50' run of basic S-video i got from PCCables.com (i thought it seemed real flimsy) where i seperate the four pins into two seperate RG6 coaxial cables. I went to home depot, and got RG6 cable. It was Belden 9116 RG6 Coaxial cable. And i also went to RadioShack, and picked up all the connectors needed. It all went smoothly after a few minor setbacks making the S-video to 2xRCA connector. I tested each individual cable out using them as cmoposite cables, they worked fine. I hooked up the S-video connectors to them, and used them as S-video. PROBLEM! The video had a bunch of noise all over the image on my projector (diagonal, wavy lines). I thought it was because I used audio splitter cables to get the Female RCA jacks, so i found some video ones, and tried them out. No luck. Do you guys think it was the RG6 cable that i bought? I checked online, and realized they were 'CATV Coaxial cables'. Maybe they weren't shielded enough? Or not enough bandwidth for S-video? Anyhow, im just gonna return the cable (if i can), and try it some other time.