Ya, pretty much any HDMI 1.3, or 1.3a, 1.3b, etc cable will work great. If it looks well made and it has a Lifetime Warenty like ALL the cables at monoprice.com does, then it should be fine.
In HDMI, if the signal voltage is high, it encodes a one; if low, a zero. The voltage encoded as a one can drop a fair amount and still be distinguishable from voltage encoded as a zero. After a certain point, however, the signal voltage drops so low that ones and zeros look alike, and the TV's receiver chip attempts to guess their value. So rather than gradually diminishing in accuracy, the way an analog signal does, a digital signal may remain perfect up to a critical level and then fail catastrophically.
HDMI Licensing, which oversees the HDMI spec and ensures that companies comply with it, requires that no more than one pixel per billion be lost in transmission. Even if you lost 1 out of a thousand, you wouldn't notice it!!! That's direct from Leslie Chard, HDMI Licensing president.
What it comes down to is you either have a great Picture, or you have CRAP. If you have CRAP get a differnt HDMI cable. Pretty simple.