Hello all! I have a question about Ultra Thin HDMI cables, the 3FT ones. There seems to be 2 kinds right now. There are the Active and Passive Ultra Thin HDMI. After hearing the president of HDMI state (Youtube video interview) that all high speed cables are created equal and that active cabling isn't an official spec (HDMI website), the signal will either come through or it won't. With that being said, I also noticed that on Amazon, there were customers asking if passive, Ultra thin cables were capable of pushing 4:4:4 Chroma 4K 60hz. The manufacturer of the cables claimed that no, it wasn't possible. On the other hand, there were manufacturers saying that the Ultra thin Active HDMI cables will push the higher spec. Above all, at 3FT, does active/passive really matter? A thicker 3ft cable would pass 4K 60hz with no problem, shouldn't the Ultra thin passive be fine? I'm only biting my nails because I just bought a handful of passive 3ft cables and I don't want to have to return them all..... But at the end of the day, isn't it true that a high speed cable is a high speed cable and should push the above signals at 3ft without a problem? Are the cable manufacturers just not testing these cables with true HDMI 2.0 spec? Or, do you think they were just trying to run 4K 60hz on HDMI 1.3 devices? Because if I'm clear, I believe the CEO HDMI guy said that the 2.0 spec pretty much allows all cables to push 4K 60hz and that only 4K 30hz was possible with the previous spec.... Can someone clear this up? I'm confused. I know there's no such thing as a 4k cable.... it's all about length and shielding.... and keeping the runs short.