Hi all, I am having a new house build (in Pakistan ) and need some suggestions regarding cabling for Data Network. At the moment, I am looking at wiring of 1 floor, which will consist of 3 bedrooms, 3 lounges (or receptions), and a dining area apart from other necessities. I will need network access in all areas, so although there will be WiFi, I am still planning for wired network cables run in the walls before plastered. So for a start I am counting 1 network point in each bedroom (x3), 1 for the mini lounge and 2 for the main lounge (where telly equipment will be kept). There has been separate wiring already laid for telephone lines already, so don't need to worry about that for now. The equipment that will more likely go in the main lounge will include Xbox, and a Popcorn Hour (or someother networked media player). I have a fiber-to-the-home cable internet currently coming to the house, which will be shared by the house over the network. The cable modem and a reasonable switch (have a Cisco Catalyst 2924 lying spare somewhere) will go in a central location. I am not thinking about HD transmission (as there is not a lot of HD content available via Settop boxes at the moment in Pakistan). So my questions at the moment are; 1. I am planning to go for Solid Core Cat6 cable. Is this the right choice ? 2. Am I planning enough ports for these rooms (and based on my current setup, any suggestions what might be going in there) ? 3. Another question, would it be cheaper to use Home Plug LAN ? 4. Any suggestions about where could CAT6 be had for a reasonable price? 5. Anything else, I might have missed ? Caio!