Thanks guys, I do appreciate it.
I've used this for a short run, mainly because of a concrete block wall which was hard to get connectors through. Still working fine, 2+yrs.https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=8121
(HDMI® Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 98ft)
And I've used this one for temporary runs, but I'm not sure as to its longevity.https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=8123
(HDMI® + Ethernet and IR Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft)
I've used this one extensively for temporary runs and an install that is going strong 1+yr later. I really like that you can use any gigabit switch and create more outputs easily without having to use more transmitters. I'm not sure of the longevity though which is why I was considering an active HDMI run or a different extender/converter (HDBaseT).http://a.co/b2EsJ4M
(Cable Matters HDMI Extender over Single Cat 6 Ethernet)
This is the HDBaseT unit I'm thinking about. I read through the spec briefly, liked what they're trying to do. Seems like a good bit of support.http://a.co/8FIOmha
(AV Access HDMI Extender (HDBaseT),Uncompressed 4K 60Hz over Cat5e/6a,70m(230ft)1080P,40m(130ft) 4K,HDR,7.1CH Audio,PoE,Bi-directional IR+RS232,HDCP2.2)
It'll add more longevity/reliability at the cost of price. (3 full setups + HDMI splitter).
I have access to the Roland, Kramer, Black Box products through my distributor, but not sure if the client wants to spring for that kind of pricing as there's 3 TV's that need hooking up at various distances and I'm not sure of their respective quality having not used them before and having used the other things before.