I've been waiting on reasonably priced 35' CL2 rated composite video cables to become available for months now. Monoprice has been out of stock and so have Tartan Cables. I thought I finally found a vendor off Amazon, but he ended up running out too. It seems theres some kind of national shortage or something.
Anyway, I see Monoprice has a 50' finally in stock and I'm getting ready to just go with that. I really don't want to go with 50' because even 35' is too long for where I'm installing it, but the next smaller size (25') is too short. I also seem to remember reading some where that with respect to analog signals, the longer cable could actually give me a more washed out image than the shorter one depending on environmental factors.
My question is would I really notice a difference between a 50' and 35' cable? Should I wait yet another two weeks for Monoprice to get the 35' in stock? I'm really anxious to get my home theater project all wrapped up, and the only thing holding me back is the waiting on parts.