So life in the cable world is good. There are tons of people looking for HDMI cables online because of the ridiculous cost at the retail stores. You can pay a hundred and change for a 10 feet HDMI cable and the cashier gladly takes your money. I guess that is why stores like www.whatacable.com are flourishing. They sell directly to consumers at reasonable price, usually ship the same day as the order is placed, and accept all the major credit cards. (Visa, AMEX, MasterCard)
WhataCable! based in Orem, Utah, just south of Salt Lake City and North of Provo City, has extra long HDMI cables as well, which are hard to find at retail stores. If you're setting up a sweet home theater, you might not get by with just a 6 feet or 10 feet cable. You might need a 25, 50, or even 100 feet HDMI cable.
I think that with CompUSA going out of business, consumers are letting the retailers know that we aren't going to keep lining up to pay crazy prices with crappy service. Hat's off to companies like www.whatacable.com who provide great service, reliable products, and fair prices.
That's my opinion.
The Cable Guy