DISCLAIMER: I'm an electronics/hometheatre newbie, so I might be beating down the wrong path here. This is why I'm including so much info, so that if one of you HT Wizards notice something in my description that isn't consistent with normal RF interference, you'll speak up and save me from wasting more time on what might be a different problem entirely; sorry for the long read! Hi, I currently live a couple hundred away from a series of radio towers that seem to be wreaking havoc on the analog inputs and causing a ton of interference on my Sanyo HT32744 set. The towers have always been problematic for me, even before I got a television: pretty much all the speakers in my house (my pc speakers, the speakers on my housemate's VEGA, etc.) "pick up" an FM country music station, which I'm assuming is being broadcast from one of these towers across the valley. I'm pretty sure that one of the towers is broadcasting a high-def signal as well; I don't have an antenna hooked up to this Sanyo, but that hasn't stopped me from receiving digital channel 10-1 at 50% reception. There are also cellular phone towers on the hill; point is, I'm getting bathed in a ton of wavelengths from the towers, and while they have probably rendered me completely sterile by now, I have a couple more years till I have to be worried about that and my first concern is getting a clean signal from my analog outputting devices to my tv. The interference is always present over the analog components at any resolution (I'm using the official component cable for the Nintendo Gamecube and some components made with Belden 1694A's from bluejeans for the DVD player), but the interference is much more noticable at 1080i (component upconversion on my Zenith DVB-318). Its hard to describe the interference: its like a bunch of dancing sine waves that has been rotated 90 degrees. Usually it is only noticable on darker scenes in movies and games, but if I look really close and hard it is visibile on almost any scene. I think the problem is definitely the cables, or perhaps with the analog devices themselves (my Nintendo gamecube and the Zenith DVD): if I hit the "Freeze Image" button on my TV remote, the interference stops right in place (if it were a problem with the sanyo, the interference would keep "dancing" I'm assuming). Also, Digital Television doesn't have this interference (I did a split-screen comparison via the set's PAP between the one digital channel I get without the antenna and the DVD player's 1080i over component; the interference was solely on the component input). I'm stuck using the official gamecube component cable unless I want to crimp my own or something, but as I stated before I'm using a "Belden 1694A, 4 foot" component from bluejeans with the Zenith DVB-318. According to their website, it is "shielded with a dense tinned copper braid and with Belden's "Duofoil" two-layered foil for maximum isolation from outside noise and interference." Well those triple layers aren't doing me that much good; I'm getting the same interference on my (comparitively) crappy gamecube cables. Are there other cables out there that might have better resistance against interference that I should try? Or am I just pretty much SOL and am going to have to build a 6-inch thick lead wall around my house and/or drop $300 on a DVI-switch so I can use DVI for everything? PS- Again, as I said in my disclaimer, I'm really doing a trial-by-fire on all of this and my assumptions might be COMPLETELY wrong; it might not be the towers on the opposing hill at all. Here's a short list of other things I've tried with no luck: -Turned off all other devices in the house, including an old refrigerator outside my room -Made sure all the devices were hooked up to the same circuit/wall socket -Switched between component-2 and component-3 to make sure the problem wassn't just a single bad input. Also verified that the problem exists even over composite video. -Switched DVD players (but again, the problem exists on my Gamecube as well so I'm pretty sure its analog devices in general) Thanks in advance guys!