I am struggling to appreciate why different HDMI cables are supposed to give different picture quality. Demos of different HDMI cables in action have proved to be quite difficult in Southampton (and I don't currently have time to travel further afield) - so would appreciate opinions on this. As I understand it, if the signal is kept within the digital domain, then the quality of the cable should be irrelevant? The only cause of a differing quality of picture I can see is if a cable is 'lossy' and thus less data is transmitted to the receiving device - but surely this isn't sufficient to warrant the vast price difference between cheap and expensive HDMI cables. Surely a HDMI cable is more akin to USB - and how many of us spend £££s on those? The above debate aside can anyone recommend a cheap HDMI > HDMI cable (it's only for my bedroom TV)? I was looking at the QED Qunex Cable which seems to be priced very cheaply.