Hi All, Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, however I can't find a complete answer and really need some advice as I'm very new to this and don't want to spank a load of money then get it wrong... I'm having the house refurbished and hence want to create a distributed AV solution whilst the whole place is getting re-wired. I've seen a few options in terms of HDBaseT solutions from CYP, Wyrestorm, HDAnywhere etc. BUT, I also want a remote KVM solution so that I can have my PC Tower at Node Zero, whilst having the Keyboard, Monitor, Mouse, Speakers etc etc elsewhere (purely for a neat looking solution, the KVM is in the kitchen...). Basically, what's the best way to wire it? I have media files on a NAS, we also use Smart TV services like Netflix. I have a PS3 but assume any solution that puts a PS3 in Node 0 is clunky due to the Bluetooth thing... Could the PC Tower be plumbed directly into the HDBaseT device then viewed anywhere? I also understand that the remote HDBaseT units have LAN distributed via the Ethernet ports... Does this just mean I can plug anything into it and access the internet? Finally I do some PC gaming so I'm looking for low latency in this respect... See attached my pure guess at a network diagram (looking at it now I guess I wouldn't connect the NAS to the switch and the HDBaseT unit but hey ho, not editing it now!). Not sure if I need a switch at all but what do you think!? Thanks very much!