The setup: I have several component-video sources (HDTV cable box, DVD player, PS2, Xbox, and Gamecube, and occasionally my computer.) To accommodae all these, I bought a used Extron HDTV component-video switcher (six in, one out) off eBay a couple of years ago. The sources are all in close proximity -- no cable length greater than six feet (for most, more like three feet) into the switch. The switch's "out" runs about 20 feet to a ceiling-mounted Sony VPL-HS10 projector. Except in cases where I have to use proprietary cables (PS2 and Gamecube), everything is using reasonably spec'd component-video cable (Monster, or mid-grade Acoustic Research.) The picture certainly is very nice. So what's my issue? The Extron has BNC connectors, so I have to use BNC-to-RCA(female) adapters on it. I've often wondered about if, or how much, picture quality I'm sacrificing through using these adapters. I've given some thought lately to ordering some custom-made cables with RCA connectors at one end and BNC connectors on the other (from Blue Jeans, probably.) But if it's not going to make any discernible difference, there's no point. So, any experience or opinions? Would the picture improvements and peace of mind be worth a couple of hundred bones for the custom cables? Thanks in advance.