Hi All, I hope you might be able to help me and forgive any stupid or obvious questions I may put forward here. In short, we are moving house to a grade II listed building in a conservation area in the near future and I plan for this to be our long term home. Those in the UK will likely be familiar with the constraints this puts on the property, to those not in the UK, I need to be very careful about making changes to the property and for some work I will need permission to get it done. This might be a painful process but I am keen to persevere given it will be our long term house. The nature of the house and estate means at the moment, copper broadband service is woeful (2mb download max), but 4G reception is excellent (40mb down, 25mb up when I did a speed test on my iphone). I am looking to leverage a 4G modem for at least part of my internet connectivity, but am aware of eating through data limits very quickly (50GB is currently max 4G data plan available that I could find). There is a chance fibre might be coming in the next 12 months which would be revolutionary. Similarly, Sky dishes are not allowed on buildings, though I think there may be workarounds available. My brief. What I am looking to do is get some connectivity around the house. If I manage to install Sky, the box will need to be placed out of view in a central location (maybe in the future TV can be run over fibre service). We would likely have TVs in no more than 2 rooms downstairs and potentially one outbuilding (which I am hoping to make part into a home gym). There is a small chance of wanting TV in an upstairs bedroom. I am looking to have a centrally located blu-ray player and NAS. I currently have an Amazon Fire TV box, which is great, but not really an option on a data limited connection. Ideally this would be centrally located, but I understand there may be remote control issues that mean it would be simpler to have a Fire TV stick attached to each TV? Lastly, any Blu-ray and Fire TV content can be screened to all TV's, I dont need multi channel viewing on these, but it would be nice to have multi channel Sky in different rooms if possible. On a room by room basis, this is the equipment I would like to have: Living Room - TV, Amp (perhaps replaced by Sonos Playbar), Sonos (if no Playbar), wifi coverage and perhaps a couple of ethernet points for laptops if needed Kitchen - TV, Sonos, couple of ethernet points Outbuilding and 2 bedrooms, as Kitchen. I would also like PoE IP Cams in some hallways and in the outbuildings, and will likely need a couple of WAP's around the house to provide wireless coverage (was looking at PoE, but could make use of old routers I have lying around if power is available?). Where possible Id like to hardwire the devices per room, Sonos wireless is an option. There is a convenient cupboard to house all the kit that needs to be centrally located. I guess I would look to invest in a rack to house the kit. The outbuilding has electricity and is approx 10m away from the main house. Only part of the house has historical interest, which is the living room and one of the bedrooms (which is one of the rooms listed as a potential TV candidate). Given the specific nature of what I want and the house, I am tempted to get a company in to do the work, but I expect it will be expensive. I am looking for some guidance of what kit I will need to complete these install, how many cat runs I need to run into each room (is a "run" just a single run of cable, opposed to a pair?), what cable I should be looking to buy (solid core, braided etc), whether a separate circuit for data and TV content would be needed, whether I use an HDMI matrix, or HDMI baluns, any faceplate considerations and any other issues I might encounter. Implementation is my main concern, budget less of an issue. Some renovation and building work will be taking place and I daresay we will need to overhaul some electrics, so I want to be on top of things when we get going. I am pretty competent and confident that with guidance I can source the kit, install the rack, get some cables run, but would need help in terminating cables, installing faceplates and potentially some of the more tricky cable runs. Thanks for taking the time to read and for any advice you have.