Just got my new Blue Jeans component video cables, and was excited to get them installed and replace my budget AR cables. The construction looked good and solid and the Blue Jeans cables were definitely beefier and heavier than the AR cables, even though they were 2 feet shorter. I connected the cable to my TV and my Samsung SIR-T151 receiver (which sits above the TV) and I noticed they seemed to slide onto the RCA posts of the Samsung too easy. So easy in fact that the weight of the cables pulled them right back off. The Canare RCA connectors would not hold on, so I had to prop the cable against the wall to keep it in place. I don't like this because I have a sense that a loose fit can possibly result in poor signal transmission. Just wondered if anyone else has experienced this problem with Canare RCA connectors ??? Is it possible they are defective or is there a way to correct this problem ??? I thought these were suppose to be the best !?!? Well my AR cables definitely had more of a snug fit, and the Monster V3's that I use with my DVD player almost require a crow bar to seat them. I did just send an e-mail to Blue Jeans to see what they suggest. It's been a bad weekend... my new cables and my new Denon DVD-900 have been a disappointment so far.