I'm in the process of remodelling my basement and will be running a bunch of wires through walls and in the ceiling before we drywall it, and I want to set up my surround sound cable runs for when I finally get all the pieces together. I'm not running anything fancy, just enough to get the job done in a small-ish basement. Since I'm already going to be buying a shit-ton of Cat5e UTP riser cable for my computer drops throughout the house, I thought maybe I could spare the cost of speaker wire and use the data cable for audio signals. I'd only be running one channel per wire, so that'd leave me as much as two pairs for each +/- side of the channel. Is this a bad idea? Why so, if it is? I'm hoping to buy the cable really soon; so any advice is greatly appreciated.