Hi, Currently we are building a games room seperate from our house. I am sorting out the networking and home cinema side of things. Our house is currently networked via a wireless router which serves our needs pretty well. However, I want to install wired networking for my games room, this is because I think that CAT5e will provide better performance and reliability over the distance. However, as I have never dealt with CAT5e cabling before I thought I would run this through on here. My plan is to run the CAT5e from the house to the games room, and to have a a wall plate both in the house and in the games room with the female connectors. In the house I can then connect my wireless router via CAT5e cable to the wall plate, allowing internet connection and wireless network to be integrated. In the games room connect PS3 and slingbox to the wall plate (I'm going to put twocables in) in the games room. Will this work? I cannot see any reason as to why it shouldn't but I am no expert! Is there anything I have missed or overlooked?! I have purchased 100m of CAT5e cable, wall plates and CAT5e jacks so I can install this. I have never done it before but here seems to be a good amount of guides on the net, so shall refer to some of them. Thanks for any input.