I am hoping you can advise on my cabling conundrum. We're in the process of refurbishing a 1976 Wimpey 4 bed detached. I love tech and, fortunately, manage the household funds. Husband a total technophobe. I'd like to create a Node 0. He's not keen on a cinema room, but says he'd be ok with a soundbar in the lounge. He'd like great audio in the study (iTunes). I'd like great video and audio in the lounge (movies/music streaming). Equipment will be replaced/reassigned/added. Current equipment FTTH Gigaclear Genexis Router Live! Titanium 24 50mbps (lounge) Quattro LNB Satellite dish Optima Multiswitch 16 port (loft) No analogue aerial (poor signal) Sky+ (lounge) Sky digibox (via multiswitch to bed 2) Amazon Firestick with Alexa (lounge) Harmony Elite (lounge) Amazon Prime Netflix Sony KDL-32V5500 (lounge) Samsung UE19H4000 (bed 2) Would like HD TV distribution to 4 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, study, utility, maybe dining. NAS (photos, movies) CCTV (inc doorbell) (looking at Hikvision kit) Burglar Alarm (looking at Texecom Premier Elite 64W) Queries 1. Contemplating running 2x Cat6 to each room for TVs. Lounge, study and utility could be HDMI as close to Node 0. Adequate? 2. Should I run Coax (1 or 2) to each room also? If so, via Node 0 or Multiswitch? 3. Not decided on audio. Not keen on ceiling speakers nor Sonos (demo in John Lewis). Should I run Speaker cabling? 4. Might noise from the Node 0 be an issue? 5. Considering cabling for wired Access Points in dining room to cover garden and landing for first floor rooms. Any advice (apart from ditch the husband!) would be much appreciated.