So even though we moved in to the new house 5 months ago, we still don't have TV/audio set up. The big thing keeping me from getting to it is the layout kind of sucks. I'm going to have to put all my equipment in the back of the room and just keep the TV in the front. Going to have to route HDMI and speaker cable from the back wall, all the way up to the second floor ceiling, along the ceiling joists and down the wall for the TV. I haven't even measured it yet, but it's definitely going to be over 100'. I've been on the monoprice website looking at my options. I really don't want to do HDBaseT or other systems that don't carry the native HDMI signal. I'd also prefer to stick with something that supports 4K. Lastly, I want something that adds very minimal latency, in case I add a gaming system. Monoprice has some uni-directional "Slimrun" fiber based cables that are affordable. But if I want to support bi-directional signals (audio return, etc) I think I have to step up to something more expensive (their Blackbird Extender). Thoughts, comments, suggestions?