I'm running a 5 year old monoprice 25 ft. cable (22 gauge) between my Denon AVR-33110Ci and an ceiling HDMI socket (also from monoprice 5 years ago), and then a new 8 ft. high speed monoprice HDMI cable between the ceiling socket and my RS40. My 25 ft. cable was made before HDMI 1.3 and 'high speed" or "type 2" designations came along for HDMI cables. I have had no issues with any 2D or 3D signals. In fact the most demanding signal, in terms of bandwidth, is probably when sending 1080p/60 2D video from a Blu-ray player with deep color enabled.
You just never know. Maybe the BJ cable is why my DTV ESPN 3D works better than anybody elses without need to switch cables around?! lol
BTW, thanks to DirecTV & Fox, this Superbowl weekend I resort to using an antenna and 75ft coax run through the house. The local Fox affiliate pulled the plug with DTV. Nice. At least it's usually a great OOTA HD signal & sound. If it's windy all bets are off.