The important thing in coax cables is proper termination of the connectors and less the marketing hype of dual vs quad or crimp vs compression ! Military specs calls for crimped connectors and not compression type if that brings any comfort, cheaper crimp connectors wins out !
I used to work as quality assurance manager for a custom cabling shop that produces cables for the International Space Station to DoD and DND contracts.
I see photos in this thread with the dielectric foam still protruding onto the center conductors which is a no-no, use a razor blade or exacto knife and carefully remove the excess dielectric being careful not to score the center conductor, also do not touch the copper core with your hands as this can leave body oils and acids that can oxidize the copper overtime, use a Q-Tip with some alcohol to wipe it before you insert it. Make sure the dielectric does not have any bits of the shielding stuck to it, foam core cables have a tendency to have braiding stick to it, use a small brush or compress air to blow it away and inspect with a 10X loup to make sure that there are no braiding bits in the dielectric. If you are really anal like me, then use a Dremel with a cut off wheel to flatten the copper core so it does not has a burred sharp edge that can damage splitters, amps and your TVs coaxial input, the center conductor should not extend more than 1/8" from the connector.