Has anyone else had this 'Jack' problem? The very first night using my brand-new HR10, which I had connected using Monster cables via the Component Cables output to the TV, I noticed lots of Pink in the picture and no yellows. I correctly diagnosed it as a loose Component Cable. Pushing all three plugs tighter into the HR10 jacks solved the color problem. Pinks went away and yellows returned. Later came the REAL problem. I had only temporarily connected up the HR10. The next day, I started to rearrange my equipment to make a permanent space for the new box. Anyone using Monster cables knows that they have some very tight-fitting gold-plated connectors. When I unplugged the three plugs, I found that all three of the metal 'ground' shells from the HR10 jacks came off of the back of the HR10, imprisoned in the tight-ends of Monster cable plugs! The HR10 metal 'ground' shields are not soldered in, but instead apparently pressed into the unit using two short metal 'tangs.' The tangs have small 'barbs' that hold them in place. To say that I PANICKED, would only be mildly correct! I tried to pull one of the metal shells loose from a cable plug but I could see theyd be deformed and ruined if I continued! So I carefully wiggled all three 'cable-mounted' shells back into their respective HR10 holes. (And immediately checked the TV to make sure the picture was still OK. It was - Whew!) I've got my fingers crossed!