I've just made some cables using RG-6 and and some crimp on connectors. For the first time in my life, I sprang for the correct tools (connector specific cable stripper, crimper, and ends). The results were very nice. It enabled me to hang a small LCD display on the wall in the kitchen and locate the receiver in a closet. I made in-wall runs for component, stereo, and standard coax connectors with custom wall plates at each end. I also used an infra-red repeater. The results were very nice and work great! Anyway, the toughest part was pushing the wall plates onto the drywall ring due to the stiffness of the cable. I'm really new at this type of diy work, so I used "standard" RG-6 cable. Can anyone recommend a "softer", more pliable and flexible type of RG-6? I'm not even sure if such a cable exists, but it would make future projects MUCH easier! Thanks in advance for input and advice.