I'm running new coax through my house starting with an indoor run to the roof to connect to an outdoor antenna to receive HDTV, UHF, VHF, FM. I may want to convert this to satelite in the future. I have heard that the Belden 1694A is a good performing cable. I believe this isn't a quad-shield cable. I have searched other posts and read that you would want quad-shield if you live near a tower (which is not my case). Are there any other reasons for a quad-shield coax. Will it cut down on interfernce from or to other electronics in my home? If quad-shield is important, are there any other brand recommendations for a good quality cable? What type of F-connectors are good? Should I go with a crimped or screw on version? I don't mind investing in a decent crimp tool, but I don't want to spend $80 either. Any advice on whose connectors and crimp tools to use?