These are very high quality cables, but they are far too rigid for residential use. Cannot fit behind wall mounted TV, cannot fit behind media cabinet, or any other area of the house. Might be good for some commercial applications, but WAY TOO RIGID for residential use..
If I may ask, what are you connecting with your 24AWG HDMI? Is it connecting directly to the TV or is there a device (splitter, switch, receiver) running between your setup? If you are connecting directly from your device (cable box, blu ray, etc) to the TV, you can use our Redmere cables:
The trade off with these cables is flexibility but a person has to realize that going into it. I wanted low loss, high speed cables that would give me full functionality and I got that. They don't flex easily but that is not to say they are hard to use. Just have to get them in the right position and they will stay. Just don't plan on any tight bends.