So, after a frustrating fiasco with my local cable company about getting a HD converter/cable box, I decided to peruse my local Radio Shack. As I am looking at the cables I notice a 6ft component video cable for $34.99. Right next to it is a 6ft audio/video cable for a mere $14.99 The cables appear identical except for the color coding on the jacks. I asked the sales rep what the difference was and he nervously explained there was "some more sheilding" in the component video cable. Is Radio Shack trying to take advantage of the HDTV craze by saying a Blue/Green/Red cable costs more than a Red/White/Yellow one?