At the moment I don't have any decent interconnects. I'm after some interconnects and possibly speaker cable - as inexpensive as possible, but without compromising the system too much / feeling like I need to upgrade (at least anytime soon!). I've heard that DNM speaker cable terminated with bullet RCA plugs are great for the money, but am slightly bewildered by the various option. There seems to be several types of DNM Reson interconnect and speaker cable, reports that the Eichmann Bullets (c. £25 for 4) are very fiddly to fit. Supposedly the speaker cable (e.g. Reson Mk II at £6.15, rather than the dedicated interconnect cable) works fine for interconnects. Or is it best just to go with the pre-terminated RNM Reson interconnect (non bullet) at £37 (bullets are £75, which is too much for my budget). I don't really have the time or patience (or tools!) to deal with soldering up several Bullets myself (particularly if they're very fiddley, as I've heard); but if it's cheapest to buy the plugs and cable separately, perhaps there's somewhere in London that would solder them up for me. I have 2 nearly identical systems, each consisting of source (e.g. DVD player, Cambridge Azur 640v2 CD, TV digibox, soundcards, etc) into Cambridge Audio C500 preamp into 2 x Flying Mole DAD HT-100 Pro (digital monoblock amps) into PMC TB2 or TB2+. I've also heard good things about some of the Chord interconnects. Finally, is CAT 5 worth trying? Any thoughts / recommendations welcome. Many thanks!