I don't want to add to the various debates on if cables make a difference, but this question relates to the quality of the connector on S-Video cables. When I first got my DVD player, I bought an AR Pro S-Video cable (6 ft length), which worked fine for me. Recently, I was rearranging my HT setup, which necessitated unplugging, rerouting, and re-connecting all of the cables. When I first played a DVD after reconnecting everything, the picture on my TV was in black & white. After a bit of putzing around, I discovered when I reconnected the S-Video cable to the TV, a couple of pins were broken off (I hate these cables that don't have anything to indicate which way the plug goes in). I managed to scrounge up an S-Video cable I had gotten as part of a graphics card I bought for my PC and am back up and running. Everything is working fine now, but I'm wondering if I should replace the cable. If I do, is there a difference in the connectors used? In other words, do they all suffer from the possibility of getting the pins bent/broken or are some sturdier than others? I'm considering the cable from BlueJeans Cable, so the $35 price range is what I'm willing to spend. Thanks in advance.