I have always bought preassembled jumper coax cables but they are always too long or too short and I want to clean up behind the desk by assembling my own and make them all the correct length they need to be. So the question is - should I use crimp, compression or solder connectors? I will be using LMR240 with mostly BNC connectors (right angle) with a couple PL259 and F connectors. I will be using for shortwave and scanners - receive only. I have read never crimp and crimping is great, must solder and don't solder, etc. I am leaning towards compression but looking for any advice from those that do put on their own connectors. Thanks!