I've been wondering this for a while: what are the cables in a HT system that REALLY make a difference and should be the best quality one can afford? Now, I've been told unanimously that speaker wire is much hyped and the moderately priced stuff really doesn't sound any different than the fancy stuff costing $100s per foot. Now, I've also been told that most $ should be spent on interconnects. So does that mean stuff like component video cables and digital coaxial cables for sound? Right now I'm using a cheap (around $16) pair of component cables for connection to my 27" direct-view Toshiba TV. For sound, I'm using the generic coax cable that came with my Sony htib. It's now running from my Denon receiver to my DVD player. I have JBL speakers all around--E80s for fronts, E10s for surrounds, EC35 for center, and an SVS PB10 for sub. **Would upgrading my interconnects significantly improve the quality of my audio/video, considering my gear? If so, which brands do you guys recommend? Thanks!