My wife and I are in the early stages of investigating/planning our first home (building). Now one of the things I'd like to have some consideration for is the network. I currently have a UniFi AP and plan on getting a USG-Pro 4 (apparently the standard USG is capped at 85Mbit/s and it appears we should be able to get around the 95Mbit/s on NBN FTTN, also the USG-Pro is rack mountable ) and a UniFi PoE Switch. Now my question is probably more about whether i should put in a 12RU cabinet in the garage and get the NBN Copper port terminated inside/nearby. I think it would be overkill/more expensive (and potentially over-capitalizing) to add a dedicated data closet, also harder to get wife approval to modify the house plan to include something like that. As this is our first house we are sticking fairly run-of-the-mill house plan from the builder (4 bedroom, media room, double garage). I probably would do most of the network install myself once we take handover, just more need to think about where to get stuff positioned (like the NBN termination, and power points) I probably would only put in a couple of data points in the house (media room - which we are probably more going to use an office/media room, and a data point for a WAP or two (not sure if the UniFi APs use a surface mounted data point or just stick one inside the ceiling with a small hole through for the patch cable?)) Any suggestions or advice?