Alright, from my BFD question thread, I have decided that I can in fact use one, and now the next step is custom cables. I've pretty much decided to go XLR to RCA over 1/4" to RCA, just for the novelty and I think XLRs look cool. If anyone has a legit reason to go otherwise, I'd switch. I plan on using connectors from Zaolla because I really like the way they look. I'll basically be replicating one of each of these: With the RCA to male XLR being short (receiver to BFD) and the female XLR to RCA being long (BFD to sub). So, this brings me to my first question. Where do I source my cable? I think RG6 quad shield is the appropriate type, is there a certain brand to look for? I'd prefer something fairly flexible, like mic cables or guitar patch cord, but I'm not sure if that's possible. I thought RG6 was easy to pick up at Home Depot or similar stores, and I would like to pick it up locally if possible (Toronto). Any tips? Next question is the finish. I was thinking a layer of white techflex under a layer of clear techflex. But I've also seen some smoother nylon sleeving in black that looks great. Has anyone seen that in white anywhere? Also, is there anywhere to pick those things up at a local retail store? Last question for now is will I need a specific stripper for a job like this, or can I get away without one? That was a lot longer than I intended. But I'll reward any answers with a fully detailed thread of the build process.