I'll ask again just to be sure... Got a new house and want to run network cables. Here are some details: Coming from central location housing the server (bedroom) Runs to two other bedrooms (2 runs each) and living room (4 runs) Potential runs to IP Security Cameras (PoE) (undetermined number of runs - 4 or less probably) Will be using network mainly to shoot h.264 1080p BluRay Rips to each bedroom and living room, cable via HD Homerun Prime, internet, possible light file transfers. Extra runs to each location to serve any consoles, AVRs, BluRay players, etc. The futureproofer in me says go cat6a. The realist in me says that by the time I need better than gigabit, fiber will likely be the way to go, so don't go cat6a. The cheapskate in me says that cat5e will be fine for my use case. The compromiser in me says to split the difference and get cat6. I will also be doing the install myself and terminating the cables myself (both punchdown keystones and crimped cables). Thoughts?