One of the best HDMI cable?

Could any member enlighten me on some of the outstanding HDMI cables? Thanks.
DH Labs Silver Premium is affordable, and good to 1440p, which isn't even in use yet. I was told they exceed 2.0 spec, are 4k compatible and handle 18gb/384mhz.
I like the inexpensive powered HDMI cables from Monoprice - Redmere? May have the name wrong.

I paid $xxxx for an HDMI cable with magic wire from a dealer for my universal player to my flatscreen The thing wouldn't even pass a signal. I used the stock cable that was too short and it did fine. I returned the megabucks cable and the dealer told me my player firmware was bad, and so on. He gave me another one to try. Nope.

As I understand it all other things being equal the key condition is that all of the "bits" in parallel get there at the same time. This is analogous to copper and fiber "repeaters" on the phone network and internet. The Redmere uses power/and a chip to achieve this. With an 18MHz bandwidth all the bits had better get there at the same time for a lustrous picture. One doesn't need expensive gold or silver wire for a digital signal. Save your money - try a Redmere.

I used to use the Redmere cable for my plasma TV, and it's very good (especially for the money). On the advice of a fellow Audiogon member, I tried an HDMI cable from ApolloAV. (the 1.4 version not the 2.)  that is silver plated copper and sells for $20.00. It bested the Redmere very noticeably. A good friend  recently sent me the link above for the D Tech cable and said it was even better than the Apollo. I bought one and he was correct. Try one. It's a no brainer for the money.