Almost all new homes use CCS RG6, unless the purchaser a) is involved early enough is planning to use DirecTV and c) understands SCC would be a better choice. When I had my home built, the guy doing the low-voltage stuff said I was the first person he could remember asking for SCC.
What do you mean "understands SCC would be a better choice"? With SWM there's ZERO difference. If I was building a new house today, I wouldn't bother with SCC. What's the point?
I certainly won't criticize those who choose to pay a few bucks extra to do SCC 'just in case', but calling it a "better choice" is going a bit far. That's like claiming that buying cable swept to 4.5 GHz is a "better choice" because hey you never know if some provider might start using much higher frequencies than the range they currently are...
Back when receivers were providing power to unpowered multiswitches like the WB68 that were using that power to provide power to the LNB, with a long run and/or a receiver with a power supply that was starting to go out, it could be a problem. That type of install is in the past now.
SL5, PI-6S, SA-6AL, 3xSWM16; 23 H20-100, 7 H24-700/AM21