Hi all, I've got a BenQ PB6200 (XGA) that I'm about to mount on my ceiling, with an approximate 12' throw to the wall. This projector does not have component video inputs (which I knew when I bought it); rather, it has an HD-15 VGA input which will pass component video signal. So, one end of the cable structure has to have HD-15/VGA. The other end will plug into my DVD player, which DOES have component video out. Now, in order to hide the cables properly (i.e in the ceiling and walls), my cable run is going to be close to 35' long. Here's my question: Which type of cable arrangement will give me the best signal with the least loss? 1) A 35' VGA cable that has three RCA component connects at the end. 2) A 12" VGA to RCA breakout cable (essentially the same thing as the long VGA cable above) connected to a 35' component video cable. 3) A 12" VGA to BNC breakout cable, connected to a 35' long component video cable with BNC connectors, connected to a an RCA adapter (so it can plug into the DVD unit). I think this one is less feasible than the others. Any help would be much appreciated!