At the moment I am using 2 pairs of 1m Cambridge Audio Atlantic cables within my system. One pair connects my CD player to the amp while the other pair is split into 2 separate cables. One cable connects my sub to the amp and the other connects the composite video out from my VCR to my amp. All the other cables are crappy cheap things which I have collected over the years. I want to upgrade all the cables in my system. This is what I need... Audio CD > Amp Tape Deck > Amp Amp > Tape Deck VCR > Amp Amp > VCR PC > Amp Amp > PC Amp > Sub Video VCR > Amp Amp > VCR PC > Amp Amp > VCR Amp > TV I've been looking at the other Cambridge cables from Richer Sounds and they all seem pretty decent. Has anyone tried and tested some of the more expensive models, and if so how did they sound? It would be pretty handy if I could get 2 metre versions, as 1m is too short to connect my computer to the amp and I don't really want to fork out a lot more money for a 5m cable which I won't need. The Cambridge Audio Arctic is the same price as the QED Qunex 1, so what would be the best sounding cable? I'm thinking the QED. Also, does anyone know if the CA Atlantic 3.5mm is 3.5mm to 2x phono plugs, or if it is has 3.5mm plugs on both ends. I'm using some KEF speaker cable for my fronts, which cost me £5 a metre. It has no model number on it, and just says KEF Audio (UK) High Definition Speaker Cable repeatedly printed onto the sleeve. I'm guessing that I don't need to change this just yet, as I am more than happy with the signal quality coming out of my speakers. So what do you guys think? What cables should I get? Also, do you know any decent mid priced S-VHS cables that I can use to connect all the equipment listed in the video section above. Sorry if this post is rambling on a bit, but I appreciate any feedback I receive. Thanks in advance Andrew.