Recently acquired a third box of this cable. Came into the family business; since I have an electronics background, I got the "Hey, can you build up the network?" It was a mess in the ceiling, so we decided to run this yellow cable in order to easily remove everything that was obsolete afterwards.
I have gone through 2300 ft, with at least 2 drops in excess of 200 ft each. All cable fed out of the box without snagging. I tested all drops from patch panel to wall using a Klein Tools Lan Scout Jr I bought from Home Depot and everything passed. Fired up the network, and after getting some help with setting up IP addresses, things have been running great.
Just be careful when pulling the wire to avoid any kinks, take your time to make sure things are done right the first time, and it should work out great for you. Haven't done any speed tests across network connections, but we are a commercial printing company and move some fairly large files at times. No complaints about transfer speeds and have been told the VOIP phone systems are functioning better compared to the previous location we were at.