I'm installing six runs of cable ("RG59SD" from Liberty Wire & Cable - libertycable.com) from one side of a room (computer) to another side of the same room (A/V rack). The room is being finished by myself, so these cables are fed through drilled wood studs along the wall. These cables are 75 ohm, and used by installers at my local high-end A/V retailer. Of these six cables, three are for component video RGB. One is for digital audio (SPDIF), and two for Left/Right analog audio. Each of these runs will measure 20 feet (wall jack to other wall jack). Now all of these cables will have RCA type ends (crimped on by myself), as all these cables types normally do. As it stands, I will just hang these ends out of a wall-plate specifically intended for this. I will leave about three feet of slack so that the ends may reach my equipment. Here's the thing -- I would rather this have a more finished/integrated look, and install a 6-gang plate on the wall. Into the back of this plate (inside the wall), the six cables with RCA ends will plug in; and on the front of the plate, I simply plug in my A/V cables to my equipment. Home Depot has 6-gang modular plates from Leviton that I can assemble using RCA to RCA modules to create a jack like I described above. So I'd buy two 6-gang wall plates, and 12 RCA to RCA modules (same combination at both ends). The burning question is: are these Leviton-branded modules (at $6 CDN a piece) too low-quality to use for this set up? I would assume the audio portion would be ok, but the video? Perhaps there is a better way to do the ends? Keep in mind that I don't need super-incredible quality, and can't spend a lot of money. This is just for connecting my computer's video and audio to my TV/stereo across the room. It's for games. Thanks for any help, hopefully you made it this far and still understand what I'm asking!!