I only use Apple's USB-C cable to charge my MBP, because it's the one I trust the most to provide power. I also use only their USB-C to Lightning cables for iOS devices. However, recently I decided to buy an USB-C cable for my Wacom Intuos Pro (it uses USB-C, but the supplied cable is USB-C to USB-A). I didn't choose Apple, I bought some cheaper Choetech cable after seeing ok reviews on Amazon. It woorks good, however, I dare not charge the MBP with it, only connect my Intuos. I also got a shorter USB-C cable for external drives that supports USB-3 speeds, from AUKEY. Again, never heard of either of these companies, just read a few Amazon reviews. Also, I am aware that Benson Leung is doing all those reviews, but I found out about him only after I purchased mine. With that said - what is your opinion on USB-C cables not made by Apple? I've heard horror stories of computers getting destroyed by bad USB-C cables, however, I believe this was due to wrong amperage or something (no idea, really) when connected to a wall charger. My question is - is it safe to use any cable just to connect devices like tablets, mice, keyboards, etc. - or do you have to be careful there as well?