A year later...here is what has transpired .
I purchased the AQ Forest HDMI cables . I don't have anything to compare them to but they work just fine . These cables seem to be constructed very well .The ends are solidly affixed to the cable and the plugs fit securely . They are easy to connect and disconnect but don't dislodge accidently . There were no problems stringing these through the wall and ceiling cavities . They are rated for in-wall use also . Many others made no claims about this feature .
Now something that I had not considered , HDMI cables carry a small amount of current which makes them susceptible to electrical overload ! As I live in the lightening capital of the country , it is a problem . I learned the hard way with my other TV's HDMI cable getting fried when a surge came through the cable line ! Nothing else was damaged , just the HDMI cable .
So now I use a Composite cable during the rainy season for cable TV viewing !With no 4K TV viewing available here , these old eyes don't notice a great difference in picture quality !
Thanks again to all of you for your help .