Pros: Works great at 1080p
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I'm using this cable to connect a computer in my bedroom to a 50" plasma TV in my living room. It works great playing games and watching Blu-ray movies at 1080p. I've never had any picture issues, and I couldn't tell any difference in picture quality between this cable and a ~4ft HDMI cable that I already had. The cable is just over 1/4" thick, and while it's a bit stiff, it has enough flexibility that you can run it along baseboards or through a ceiling.
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This length works at 1080p :)
Pros: Long length 10M (32.8 ft) but still works at full 1080p. Appears to be solid construction, thick but flexible.
Cons: none, unless you need to bend at really sharp right angles.
Other Thoughts: You'll need about 1.5 inches to make a right angle bend (not including connector). But I'd be afraid of signal loss with thinner cables. I bought two cables to connect two 46" TV's to a computer in a conference room. Each TV hookup included a DVI-HDMI adapter, this cable, an HDMI coupler, plus another 6 ft cable running in a wall to the TV. I haven't seen ANY issues running 1920x1080 on both TV's... I had my doubts that this length would work without a repeater/amplifier. But it's working GREAT!
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