I'm in the process of building an A/V room and I want to do it as right as I can (while staying on my budget). It's a freshly studded room in my basement, and everything is going behind the walls. I'm in the process of plotting out my layout. I've read in various forums that using RG6 wire with F-Type connectors for audio runs is a solid alternative to RCA cables, so I've purchased some RCA to F snapins and wall plates to customize the setup. Is the same setup viable for video as well? I've seen some posts say it is, and some say it limits the signal to "broadcast quality". What is the preferred method of running video cable, and what is the maximum length I can use to produce high-quality results? Any help would be appreciated.