Bought What Hi*Fi? Sound & Vision May issue, the first time I have bought the magazine in well over a decade. According to the magazine "Our suite of test rooms is respected the world over, and every product is reviewed there by our team of experts." "Every verdict is that of the magazine, not of an advertiser or a press officer. When we say something`s good, it is" Well I respect their room as I do all rooms, do not drop litter, put feet up on furniture, etc... But what about their experts they claim there is a blatantly obvious improvement in sound and picture quality using expensive power cables, note not power conditioners when you have problems with your mains power, but power cables. Also they are firm believers in improved picture quality with expensive hdmi cables. In fact all expensive accessories apparantly give noticeable improvements. When I bought What HifI over a decade ago, I was young and impressionable, and I had no access to the internet. So I took their experts as being experts and belived their claim of editorial independence from advertisers. I now think I know better than their experts, but am I just jaded by the cynics on the internet. Their review of power cables makes reference to their still being some skeptics, am I in the minority, are the skeptics stupid not to believe the experts as the review implies. Do you respect their experts, are their reviews to be believed. Have you tried these expensive accessories do they work just like the experts say. If not what cables are actually worth upgrading. I have a home cinema setup with projector and 5.1 surround sound with active subwoofer. What improvements could I make with better accesories.