Please assume I am ignorant on this topic. I am, Completely. I have my ADSL internet connection in my study, with TV's in three rooms (one next door and the other two at the other end of the house). I'm finding that the wifi is completely inadequate for Amazon Prime (and some other) streaming. I'm therefore considering running ethernet cable. Questions: How best to do this? I'd presumably need some sort of a plug plate in the wall in the study, with patch cables to a router? Similarly a plug in each room next to where the TV plugs in. What sort of cable? (cat 6 etc?) I'm not sure if it makes any difference but if we ever get NBN I need to ensure that whatever I put in remains 'compatible'. I presume I need some special tool to terminate the cables at the plugs - I gather this is a KRONE tool? These are very expensive for a one-off job... Anyway any advice people can offer is most welcome. Thank you. edit: I just saw this thread too - https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/threads-about-cabling.667377/ I'm still after answers to the above questions, but assuming I were to pay someone any idea how much it might cost, ballpark? Perhaps I'd be able to save some money by running the cables myself and the tech could then do the actual connections?