It's of a known good make and CNET has articles about HDMI cables and there is no such thing as a 4K HDMI cable so I'll skip repeating that here.
If I'm going 35 (might be 36) feet I don't expect to need to change it to Ethernet convertors or more.
So i have been thinking about upgrading to an expensive 4k oled TV with HDR recently which I plan to connect directly to the GPU on the PC ( a gpu that will have HDMI 2.0b that supports 4k in 60hz)
Between them i have an in wall 23 feet high speed hdmi cable with ethernet e329703 (UL) type CL2 shielded 26awg ------AWN 20276 80°C 30V VW-1 APBG
Now my concern after doing some reading here and there is whether I should expect a problem with the distance?
Also i should point out that the hdmi connectors on the cable itself were installed after the cable was inserted to the wall (due to a narrow Conductor Pipe). ever since it work fine with 1080p.