Hey Folks. This is my first post here. I have a question about cabling... I just bought a house that has a SharpVision LCD projector ceiling mounted and a motorized drop down screen already installed in it. I have CAT-5 cable running to my component rack and I want to be able to put a laptop in there, connect it to my network with the CAT-5 and show it's images on the projector. Simple plan! My question is: how do I connect the Laptop to the projector? The projector has VGA input so that is no problem, but the cable will need to go up the wall (10 feet) then across the attic to the projector (about 15 feet) and then down to the projector (maybe 2 feet). I currently have one composite video cable making this trek. I am under the impression that a VGA cable longer than about 15 feet isn't good (I guess because of signal attenuation). So I guess my question is: is there a VGA to Component Video converter? Then I could just connect the laptop to my AVR and it would be like any of my other video components? Or does that destroy the quality of the image? Or do I need a long VGA cable with a signal booster or something? Anyway, any help you experts could offer would be much appreciated!