Hey guys I just got my PSM (Playstation Magazine) in the mail today and was looking through it and I came across some news about Playstation 3 peripherals and within that acrticle it had something titled HDMI 101 and this is what was written about herein "All HDMI cables are not created equal. Unlike component or even standard composite Av cables, where only minor construction or quality improvments differentiate the many options, HDMI is still an evolving technology. Since its arrival as a new connector standard for a 1080p video output, there have been five upgrades to the standard (it's currently at version 1.3). Whats the differemce? The cable input connector stays the same, but the throughput of data is increasing with each new version. What impact does this that have on your games or TV picture quality? Well, it doesnt increase the screen resoluation, but the enhanced data throughput can impact picture clarity and depth of the black tnes, and reduce artifacts on-screen. The theory here is that with HDMI cables you'll get what you pay for - a partial explantion for the sticker price for the premium Monster cables." So what are your guy's throughts on this? Any truth behind it? I bought 2 sets of HDMI cords from Wal-mart the brand was Phillips, they were like $30 or $35. Didnt want to pay $100 each and since I need one for my PS3 and for HDTV, two pairs get quite up there in price.