I received the sub on Friday, and the rest of my setup should be here tomorrow and I really want to start setting things up. I've decided to run the wires in my wall, across the ceiling, and back down the other side, and put connection boxes on both sides so I can directly plug into. The total distance needed between connection boxes is 41 feet. I went to Home Depot and bought what I would need to do it either of these two ways. Option A: 6 foot RCA from receiver to box, 25 foot RCA from box to coupler, 25 foot RCA from coupler to box, 12 foot RCA from box to sub. The 12' and the 6' RCA cables I have are Accustic research and are pretty nice, but the two 25 footers are kind of cheap and thin. Option B: 6 foot RCA from receiver to box, 3 foot RCA to F-Type Connector adapter, 50 feet of RG6 cable, F-Type adapter to 3 foot RCA cable to the box, then 12 foot RCA to the Sub. I bought the gold plated snap in's for the wall mount so everything will be nice and pretty, but do you think this many connections will hurt the performance of the signal? I was leaning toward option A as it would be easier, but maybe find some better 25 foot RCA's.