I ran the MAPP torch test on some gray E467139 cable. The result was similar to jessis.s' first vertical test, in that the jacket burned with the torch and self-extinguished about a second after the torch was removed. Did the same thing with some black E467139 with the same result. A random chunk of cat5e cable self-extinguished in 1/2 second, and a piece of non-recall monoprice cat6 wouldn't burn at all. So the recall cable did burn a bit more than the others, but nothing close to what I'd consider being able to contribute to propagation of a fire. I also torched a piece of romex. The jacket burned for about 2 seconds after torch removal, and once the outer jacket was burned away the individual conductor insulation burned for about 7 seconds.