Okay So I had just bought those $52 Apple Composite video cables from my local wal-mart, and by the end of the day I returned them. Here's why I had bought some cheap $15 composite cables from ebay. The first cables sent to me didn't "work". I say work in parentheses because I got sent another set of cables and those didn't work either. I tested them on my brother-in-law's 16GB Ipod Touch 2G and they worked splendid, both of them did. So today after buying the expensive @$$ cables ( I was desperate to see if it was some apple enable chip preventing 3rd party cables from playing video), I tested them...and nothing. I called apple tech support which they made an appointment for me. So I went and the first thing the techie states is that the fact that it is jail broken voids the warranty. I was expecting that, but my Ipod touch has been out of warranty anyway. He mentions it might be due to the jailbreak that it might be some software issue Please Register or Log in to view images , yeah take the easy way out huh. SO I state that even before I jailbreak it, I had version 1.1, version 3.0 and now version 2.2.1 and still the same thing. I asked if he has another set of cables he can test, he brings out a TV and hooks it up...same old same old ; Ipod touch plays audio but not video. So he says I could trade in my ipod and get a new one for a 10% discount for $149 for a 1GB Ipod Touch. The deal sounds tempting, and so I went home to think about it. I originally got the composite cables for a party I was throwing, I had downloaded so many music videos, but that didn't work out well. Now I'm wondering if I had an actually working ipod that would output video, if I would actually find it practical to view videos on the tv. So here's where you guys come in, how many of you actually use composite/RCA cables to view videos on the tv?