I've been a proud owner of a PS3 60GB Premium Console since its launch on November 17th. As soon as I got home I was very eager to use my new PS3 with my 50" Pioneer HDTV Plasma through HDMI. I went to plug it into my display for the first time and I couldn't get a signal. Then I remembered reading somewhere that a Japanese PS3 had to be configured through analog composite cables first in order to be recognized by HDMI. So I tried this, and still, I could not get my PS3 to be displayed through HDMI. After 10 minutes of frustration and trying 3 different HDMI cables, I had only one idea left. I wiggled the connector of the cable that went into the HDMI port on the PS3 for quite some time, and sure enough, I got a signal on my display. I realized that I had to wiggle the cable just right, and if there were any vibrations that were exposed to the cable connector (such as the internal PS3 fans spinning too fast), the cable would get messed up again and I wouldn't get anything on my display. I'm pretty sure this is a defect? Is there any way I can fix this problem? I have my PS3 working fine and all, but it's just really frustrating to have to try and get the cable positioned just perfectly every time I want to clean my PS3. Let me know what I can do. Thanks in advance.