Cable leaves up to its words. It truly provides HD quality audio and video. I use it with my Sony KDL-40W5100 TV and Dish network Hi Def receiver. Even though the cable is flat and thin, the plugs stick out a lot. If you plan on mounting the TV on to the wall make sure you have enough clearence between the wall and the TV. If you have Slim line flat mounts than this cable is not for you.
I bought these cables to replace an older cable that had started to show some glitches in the video signal here and there and to add in a few components. These cables have been great so far, showing good quality video and audio with no issues. The only thing you might need to watch for is that the cables aren't quite as flexible as you might think they are. Because they are flat, they bend really well in two directions, but it makes it harder to bend if they need to move along the width. It wasn't a problem in my setups though.
PROS: Great picture with no signal dropouts. Works very well.
CONS: Not quite as flexible as you might think, but will still bend a fair bit.
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Good for "last mile" from projector to keystone jack
I used the 35' cable to go from my receiver to a keystone jack in the ceiling. From the keystone jack, this cable runs down to the projector. No issues, good quality, heavy duty.
PROS: Good quality, Heavy duty, plug protected during shipping with plastic insert. Well made, price is right.
CONS: Cable is very rigid from the plug out, and is hard to fit inside an electric box for they keystone jack connection. Solved by drilling a hole in the low voltage box, and allowing the cable to come straight into the keystone jack instead of bending.