Hi, I am in the process of cabling the house with Cat6, the house is a shell at the moment as it is about to be rewired so i have a pretty open canvas. Below are the things i intend to do but would like some of your expert opinions. 3 Cat6 in Living room, with 2x coax for optional RF out for Sky 3 Cat6 in bedroom1, also 2x coax, 1x telephone 3 cat6 in dining room also 2x coax 1 x Cat6 in bedroom 2, 2x coax, 1 x telephone All running back to loft, Heres my plan and reasons, Run Cat5/6 from BT Master socket to loft then a junction box to service the two phones points in the bedrooms needed for sky multi room boxes. Bedroom 1 will have sky multi room box, from here 1 cat6 for internet and 2 x cat6 for running HDMI signal to TV in dining room. 1 Coax for Freeview Bedroom 2 will have phone point for multi room box and cat 6 for internet also 1 coax for freeview. Dining Room to have 3 Cat6, one for data and 2 for HDMI signal from bedroom one. Coax for freeview. Living room will have Sky HD+ with data, Coax for Freeview, I've added extra coax incase i want to change which box ever send the RF signal back to the loft. Just wondering if i need to use the RF for Sky Red Eye, or is there a alternative option? Also i am guessing Sky will install the router near the router in the master socket in the hall, what would be the best way to get this to a switch in the loft that will run the data network or should i have installed somewhere else? Hope someone can help me as i want to get this right while i have the chance. Thanks in anticipation.