These patch cords are a god send. Low density and easy to manipulate, they come in consistent bright colors and I've not had one fail even after using them in both office and production floor environments. The multiple length options also make it really easy to fit any pathway without excessive slack loops. I highly recommend these to anyone cleaning up their server room or work space.
A friend of mine tried these and liked the way the rack looked with the smaller footprint of these cables. I decided to try them with my POE applications, cameras, phones, and wireless devices. They worked great. I have considered the wire size and the capacity of the smaller wire to properly power POE devices. So far, I have not had any issues with these cables. Yes, I am discussing the SlimRun cables. I have not had any issues post installation. I have used all sizes or lengths without issue. I also use them for all my rack connections between patch panels and the network devices. The smaller cables allow for a cleaner look. The only issue I have had with some random installations are related to the boot size. Especially when mounting a telephone to a wall. Utilizing the Cat6 wall jack, the boot sticks out further than a bootless cable. So far, the boot has strain relief that can be rolled out of the way to allow proper installation. I have had one in two hundred fail out of the bag which is about the same as the 23g Cat6 cables.
I recently replaced all my existing cables with these in various lengths to reduce the amount of visible cabling between my routers and various devices in my home network setup. This gives a more clean look, and makes it easier to tame the potential tangle that arises as you add more and more things to your wired network. Performance is fine, and I had no issues with any of the ones I purchased.
PROS: Thinner cables are less obtrusive Available in a number of lengths so you can get within a foot of what you need