Ok let me state that I'm not an audiophile but do appreciate good quality sound...So one of my neighbors who calls himself an audiophile invites me over to listen to one of the best investments he has ever made. Dark Field Cable Elevators. What they basically are is some foam around what looked like thick hard rubber that elevates audio, power cables up off the floor and keeps them from vibration and static build up. Long story short....I listen to his system which was really good to begin with (PSB speakers with a Rotel amp and pre-amp) and was told to listen to the improved focus, better dynamics, etc. Let me say that I just don't get it, proceeded to to say that I didn't get it and told him that I had some swamp property for sale and all hell broke loose. Is it just me or have people lost all common sense? Picking cables up off the floor improves focus?...dynamics??? I have been a member to this forum for some time and find it hard to believe that people still buy into the snake oil.