I was looking for a new TOSlink cable and this came up in a search. I haven't purchased it and really just wanted to point out that gold plated tips on a fibre-optic cable will make NO difference. The connection is NOT electrical, so having a non-tarnishing, highly electrically conductive gold plate on the end will have no affect whatsoever. If it was a digital coax then great, gold all the way, why not. The main benefits of a decent TOSlink cable would be a cable braid which is less likely to snap (which this might well have) and which has good internal reflection so it carries the optical signal well without loss.
Just thought I should point this out to avoid people being suckered by the gold-plating thing.