As an afterthought, I decided to wire my home for computer networking. My plan all along was to go with a wireless router however, I decided that I want the best of both worlds. I plan to purchase a Linksys Wireless G (http://www.linksys.com/Products/prod...id=35&prid=601) router to hook up to my cable modem. My question is this: I plan to hook everything up in my office. I have an idea of the following diagram: OUTSIDE LINE > CABLE MODEM (VIA COAX) CABLE MODEM > LINKSYS WIRELESS G ROUTER (VIA CAT5E) ROUTER > DECORA 4 PORT WALLPLATE (VIA CAT5E PATCH CABLES) DECORA 4 PORT WALLPLATE > DECORA 1 PORT WALLPLATE AT DESTINATION (CAT5E) Can I come out of the router/4 port switch and go to a wallplate instead of the straight shot to the end location? I have 1000’ feet of Cat5E cable from Home Depot (24/4) rated for in wall use. Cost was $54.00/roll. Is this appropriate? Can anyone recommend a crimper/tool to put the connectors on and which connectors work best? Thanks in advance.