Hi all, I've been having a search to see if this question has already been asked etc., sorry if it already has. I currently connect my Denon 2900 to my Infocus 5700 using a 10m component cable from Maplin, cost ~£30. I've borrowed a 10m DVI cable (with adapter) from a friend and have connected my PC to the projector. For DVD I couldn't get the picture size ratio quite right and the quality didn't seem better. I compared the 10m DVI to my 2m VGA for playing games, and the DVI was MUCH better (very sharp). I will eventually replace the 2900 with a digital output player, but occasionally would use the DVI o/p from my PC for games. The advertisement at Lindy states that their cables are made to allow lengths over 7.5m. Anyone know if a 15m DVI cable from Lindy would be worse than using 10m component (both in the bottom price range I guess). Do I really need to use a repeater? I've personally never seen/heard evidence to make me believe spending ££££'s more on video or audio cables of the same 'type' is necessary.