I'm planning to run a couple of CT100 cables to each room in my new house, and was wondering if I could use one of them for an RF signal (TV/FM/whatever) and the other one for composite video? I appreciate that composite video is not exactly the best quality, but it's a lot easier than trying to run s-video or RGB lines, and I'm going to have some spare CAT5 which I'll eventually use with a one of the RGB-Cat5 convertors, but they're quite expensive, so I was thinking of using composite for the short term solution. My main screen will be run over component video and HDMI, so I'm only going to putting a composite signal into a 14" portable tele in the bedroom. If this will work, do I need to find some single phono faceplates, or can I get F-Phono adapters? Thanks.