The Wyde Eye is a great place to start. I’ve compared it to more expensive interconnects and it is still in my system, and John Atkinson actually used it as his reference digital cable for a while — not that that means much, but it speaks to the fact that it’s at least a solid cable. As I mentioned before, if you get one make sure to follow the directional arrows that are hard to see. I installed mine backwards once and it sounded awful. At the very least you’ll have a very good and well-rounded, neutral cable to start, and if you find something better you know you’ve got something. Let us know how it works out.