Another vote for the Leviton, but with some points of interest/reservations:
I like the leviton products, since most commonly used ones are available at most home improvement stores. BUT...
1) Since I bought the RCA connectors locally, I wanted to stay with uniformity of the design of the connectors, but the locally availabe ones to me only came with only 2 color ring options: Red and Black! While the link above does show different colors for the RCA connectors, the style doesn't match with the ones available locally.
My solution was to purchase some colored heatshrink, and bougt the locally available RCA connectors, and slice little "o" rings off the heat shrink with a razor blade, and replaceing the factory "red" or "black" rings as needed. This way you can make any colored rings you want. Here is an example of what it ended up like:http://warez.msmcs.net/MyHost/DSC00581.JPG
2) I didn't have very good luck with the locally available "S-video" connector by Leviton. The ones available locally to me are the type that allows 2 pair of a CAT 5 cable to be utilized for the run. While I didn't have any picture quality issues, I *did* have interferance issues. Quick "interferance bars" could be seen on the TV when I turned on/off my ceiling fan.
I ditched the Leviton S-video quickport for another brand that I had to get on the net that allowed a true S-video cable pass-through. That allowed me to use a real S-video cable made of twin mini-coax, and my interferance issues dissapeared completely.
3) Price-at almost $5 a crack for a pair of inserts, it gets expensive quick. Cheaper prices can be had on the net, but I couldn't help ignore the convenience of the local stores.