Looking at cable specs for some home-brew cables it seems it is cheaper to get a fat solid centre core cable which also has the benefit of braid and copper foil screen. That is RG59 size. There is also some RG179 which is thin, single screen but 7x0.1 centre core so flexible. And thin enough to go into a scart. The RG59 size would give me better screening but not easy to get into a scart and being solid might not take well to bending. Any thoughts on this? How well does a solid core take to being bent? I wouldn't expect this to bent often, only the odd occasion when the TV was moved out for cleaning or to change the view angle.