Hi all I've spent quite a lot of time reading the forums and while I should have probably posted first, i've already started work on things in our house and wanted to check I'm not getting anything seriously wrong.... So we've moved into a new (to us) house, and have been doing quite a lot of work to it, including running 4 x cat5 and a shotgun cable from the basement to: the kitchen (main TV / living area) - Panasonic Plasma on wall and sonos soundbar wired in underneath. sitting room (infrequent TV) study (initially for internet only) Master bedroom (TV) Loft (long term for TV and in the more immediate term perhaps a wireless access point) kitchen and sitting room are ground floor, study is mezzanine first floor, master bed is first floor, and loft is above master bed on the 2nd floor. It's a pretty standard south london terraced house. when we moved in there was already sky run from the roof, down the back of the house and into the kitchen from the back to a sky box. We replaced the floor in the kitchen and extended the sky cable into the basement (at the front of the house). I plan to either use this cable, or the shotgun cable into the roof, to feed sky signal into the basement, where i will have a central cabinet of sorts containing the following: tsky internet box bt master socket sonos wireless connector honeywell evohome connector (if they ever release it!) patch panel (wow will i need some help with this) switch (see above) netgear readyNAS then a HDbaseT type distributor that can be controlled from any of the rooms where the tvs are, being fed by the following: Sky HD box apple tv ps3 potentially a freeview box, or another sky box (basically tbc) I've got a few questions which i would appreciate your thoughts / ridicule on (I've read just enough to know i don't know very much): I am wondering if/how i can run digital reception to each tv, so that we can use the freeview built into each TV. Do i need a splitter of some kind to run freeview signal from the aerial (on the roof) into the basement to be split and sent to 4 rooms? If so, what sort? Any and all help much appreciated! what HDbaseT distributor should i be using? we only need it in 3 rooms (kitchen, sitting and master bed, although the top floor would work too!) how do i run the wires out of the wall neatly, what panels / covers do you use to not make the protruding spare cables look too unsightly (wifely concern) I have a logitech ultimate remote and was planning on getting a touch or similar logitech remote for the sitting room and bedroom. will this work with the HDbaseT matrix? Can i run HDbaseT over cat5? (probably should be question 1) does anyone have any recommendations for simple wireless access points? Is there any value to using the PoE-type system if i have 4 cat5 cables to each room and multiple power points at each wire exit point? How likely are BT to know where the master socket is meant to be? it's currently located next to a chimney stack that's been removed from the middle of the house, which isn't a logical point, and i'm planning on running it back to the cabinet in the basement. any recommendations on cabinets or storage for all of this kit in the basement? I have literally no idea what's required here, but essentially have a blank canvas down here (it's a small basement though!). What have i missed, what am I being stupid about? I really would appreciate any thoughts that you might have, about any of the points i've made, or anything else that it looks like i've not thought of... Thank you, a touch prematurely perhaps, for your help!