Popped into Sevenoaks today to get a component-to-component cable (for the DVD recorder to the pj) and a HDMI-to-HDMI cable plus a DVI-to-HDMI converter (to hook up the PC, and leave me with a proper HDMI cable for when Sky goes HD). I don't have the pj yet and don't know exactly how I'll arrange things yet, so I decided to go for 5m cables For the HDMI cable he started off with the £250 option, probably so that the £100 option wouldn't sound quite so bad afterwards. The component cable was going to be around the same. And as soon as you go over 5m the price rockets. I know with audio systems the advice is generally to spend 10% of the cost of your system on the cabling, but there are a lot more cables for a home-cinema audio system so it doesn't seem unreasonable. In my experience cables for digital audio are a rip-off, I've got a £50 one and a cheapo phono-to-phono intended for analogue audio. Both give me the same quality. I know that even for digital you need decent quality cabling for longer distances, but £100 seems like a rip-off for a 5m HDMI cable. Somebody posted this site today: http://www.tmfsolutions.co.uk/homecinema_AVcables_molex.htm They have much cheaper cables, my question is whether they're any good, particularly the 5m ones. Does anyone have any experience of them?