Hi, I wondered if it is possible to somehow combine a twisted pair network cable, s-video cable and stereo audio to enable them all to be run through a narrow channel? This is to get all these signals from a PC in a spare room to cable modem, TV and stereo in another room. The total run will be of the order of 10m. The space available is rather small and three seperate cables are not going to be possible to channel neatly. I realise the network and s-video cables are rather high frequency. The cable modem is 100Mbit, but I guess I could tweak something at the PC end to get the link down to 10Mbit. Afterall the cable modem is nowhere near even 10Mbit. Standard line-out audio cables usually have a larger cross-section than audio cables, but I guess these could really be very thin? This isn't going to be an audiophile setup, but just something to get it to work. I guess composite video would be going backwards as those co-axial cables are always fatter and stiffer than S-video despite the awful picture. Any advice would be very welcome. Cheers.