I'm a total newbie to the home theater hobby, so please bear with me. I recently completed my HT buying spree and decided on some cables from BlueJeans Cables for my interconnects. When order the subwoofer and digital coax cables, I ordered lengths about twice what I thought I'd need (I wound up having to move my setup downstairs). Now I've got cable spaghetti behind my audio furniture. I read some of the cable management threads about separating the interconnects from the speaker wires from the power cords. Problem is, about the only way to do this would be if I looped the longer cables so the total length would keep them from dangling around each other. Will this cause any feedback problems? Or should I bite the bullet and get shorter interconnects? I can send the subwoofer cable back but the coax is past the 30 MBG, so I'd have to buy a new one. Also, my cable connection is in the middle of a long wall, so I've got a 15 ft run from the connector to my TV. However, I'm planning on running the speaker wire along that wall to one of my rears. Will there be any interference between the CATV cable and the speaker wire? Thanks for your help.