Hey all, Here's my dilema. I have a TX100 which is fed by a samsung HD945 via DVI-d. The HD945 inturn is conected via standard left/right phono leads to my amplifier. If my DVD player is placed close to the projector then I would need a 10m run of audio interconnect to reach my amp. If, however, I place the DVD player close to the amplifier I need a 10m DVI cable to reach the projector. Which is the better of the two evils given that moving my amplifier is not an option due to short and very very expensive speaker cable? Is a 10m DVI cable purchased for around £25 going to degrade the signal significantly as I would think that would certainly be the case with a 10m audio interconnect. I realise this is a cabling issue but given that it concerns those with projectors I thought it be best in this category. Love to hear how some of you have got round this.