I was walking through my soon to be new house today to measure for a fridge and take more pictures. I got a picture of a wiring cabinet that routes the coax and cat5e cable into a central location to be sent to the other rooms. http://alletto.dyndns.org/images/new/wiring.jpg I'm confused at what I'm looking at. The cat5e and coax are obvious, but what is that orange tube for? I thought phone, but there are no cables in it. There is also a single green cat5 in the cat5e bundle. They messed up in setting up jacks throughout the house by only putting 1 phone jack in the entire house and its in the kitchen (they are supposed to call me monday about that, there is no reason that all the bedrooms shouldn't have a phone jack...hell my apartment has phone jacks on opposite walls in the bigger rooms). All the other jacks in all the other rooms are dual cat5e jacks. When the phone line comes into the house and to the board where it splits to all the other jacks does it come in on a phone cable with rj11 connector or does it come in on a cat5 with a rj45 connector? If its rj45 then the green one might be the phone incoming line. There is another picture in the set of the outside that shows the same looking orange tubing coming out of the house next to mine. I'm going to ask them about it monday but was wondering if anyone else had seen this. And in a separate question, for those of you with homes, how far does your fridge stick out? I'm curious if a side by side with a depth of 33 3/4" will fit comfortably in a space with a depth of 32 1/2". They need about an inch clearance to back wall so about 2 inches will be sticking out. Is that too much? Thanks!