Current formats such as 1080P/60 and 3D use less than half of HDMI bandwidth spec. If you are trying to future proof I'd run conduit if possible. If you think you are going to doing 4K2K in the near future I'd look for a solution rated for full bandwidth such as a balun. The high speed spec is tested at full bandwidth and ~25ft is about the limit for full bandwidth but current consumer standards use less than half that so longer runs are possible..
If you are just worried about today a 35ft cable would be fine. I'd eliminate wall plates and port savers. Every connection changes impedance which can cause problems. Direct runs are best with HDMI use a pass through plate.
We do this for a living and I have a lot of experience with digital signaling. If you are looking for a good cable use one that has passed DPLs testing. It is tougher than HDMI's specs and you know it will perform well. I've seen others in tests and they don't test as well. Some can be found very reasonably priced.
hope this helps.