So I'm building a new house (actually converting a pole-barn into a house). I'm gonna pre-wire everything myself for CAT6 for Network and RG6 for DTV. I'm thiking about going with SolidSignal brand Quad Sheilded RG6 with solid copper core: http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp?mc=13&p=SSCBLQ&d=Solid-Signal-Custom-Cable-Lengths-RG6-Quad-Shielded-with-High-Quality-Solid-Signal-Connectors-%2835-Feet%29&c=RG-6%20Cut-to-Length&sku= SoildSignal's website says this can be optioned with DIgi-Com connectors instead of the default SolidSignal ones. Should I do that? And if so HOW? There doesn't seem to be any option box/drop-down to specify the digi-com connectors? Would I have to place the order over the phone instead of online? That seems silly! What do you all think? I will have a total of 3 home runs to wire...probably a 65 foot, a 25 foot and a 35 foot. Havent taken exact measurements yet but I will. These will go inside to wall plates (screw in behind type) and outside thru a PVC pipe to the location near the building where I want the dish pole mounted and the splitter wall mounted. Line of site appears 100% clear.