The absolute best bang for the buck is to use Belden Precision Video Cable model 8281. I am using this for the connection between my DVD and the Television, and also as my digital transfer link to the D to A converter. Belden products are available from many commercial cable suppliers, and this series is very popular with video contractors. To prep this wire, there is an inexpensive plastic stripping tool, that leaves the ground and center connector prepped. All that is required is to select the proper size groove, close the clips, and turn your wrist. This tool is sold at Home Depot and other large hardware stores for less than $8.00. Soldering the RCA connectors to the ground and center terminals requires no special talent, and it would set you up to prep all the runs of wire you would ever need. After soldering, buy a couple of pieces of colored shrink wrap, and complete the job by forming them with a hair dryer. This covers and protects your solder and RCA connectors, provides color code, and strengthens the connection. Cost? The cable itself is maybe a dollar a foot, and depending on what brand you buy, the RCA connectors are the only expensive part. You will be amazed at the quality this will provide. I have thoroughly compared this exact configuration, built up with Vampire brand, Oxygen Free Copper RCA's, and it was equal or better than many of the most expensive audiophile brands. This proved out in tests as both a video cable, and as a digital transfer cable. This is a true precision 75 Ohm cable, and except for the RCA connections (which are not 75 Ohm) this is about as good as is available at any price, and certainly unbeatable for the few dollars it costs.