Yeah, if you're in an exceptionally noisy environment with a long cable run, it might make sense to buy a more expensive cable that features things like additional shielding, thicker gauge wires, etc...(or just go fiber).
Otherwise the ECC does it's job and there's no practical difference between the cheapest wire possible and the most expensive.
Hell, audiophiles can't tell when the testers are using coat hangers as speaker wires, and that's an actual analogue signal!
But the cases where a decently constructed commodity cable won't do but the 'premium' will are generally limited.
In many cases with 'premium' cables, you end up with cable and connectors so heavy that that causes the very problems than the cable was supposed to solve!
I'll admit, I've spent double the money on 'better than the cheapest I can get' cables on occasion, but that's usually because I had broken the cable through use/abuse that was there originally, so getting a 'tougher' cable made sense.