OK here we go...I've just bought myself a Tosh SD220e to replace my old Sony DVD player (which wont even play CD-R's let alone DVD-R's). Seeing as my Tosh picture frame TV also has component connections it makes sense to use these with the new DVD player, as this will also free up a scart socket on the TV. My question is about component cables. These seem to vary wildly in price from my brief search on the web - from about £35, up to £99 from Richer Sounds!! I want decent quality but I dont want to pay the earth for something that in practice I won't notice any benefit from. What component cable should I use and where from? Any good or bad experiences to relate on this? As it's 75 ohm cable with phono connectors, could I just buy the cable and do it myself? Assuming my soldering is up to scratch would I get acceptable quality from this or is it not recommended? I'm not after ultimate quality at any price - but would like to think I'm not restricting the performance of the kit by using dodgy cables. A happy medium will do. Any advice...?