Spending a ton on a new TV seems like a good investment.  Laying out a ton for expensive cables?  Not so much.

I've purchased two flat screens over the last year.  I love 'em, can't believe I did without them so long.  If you haven't been initiated to the joys of HDTV you should know that not all the cables you  need will be included in the box.

You'll have to purchase at least one HDMI cable and they can be pretty costly.  Is there a reason for this?  Not really.  Except stores make little on TV's but a lot on cables, as much as a 90% markup.

Before you install that new TV cruise the net for those cables.  You'll be flabbergasted how much money you can save.

For more check out this source article from MSNBC.