We're putting in an offer on a new place and I want to get cables run out of sight from the office, on one side of the house to a couple of other rooms. We're replacing the carpets downstairs with laminate and I need the cables to run from the utility room to the kitchen, the office and into the lounge on the other side of the house (we run plex throughout the house. I might even run one to the upstairs hallway just in case our Asus A68U wifi doesn't reach - its a bigger house than we're currently in). As a student I just ran cable along skirting boards and used a little white trunking to cover it up but now that we're getting our own place (finally moving out of rental accommodation) I want to get it tucked away and with proper faceplates rather than loose RJ45s. What's the best way to run cable in a relatively new build and where do I start my search if I want to get someone to do it for me (including making right afterwards)? Is Cat 6 worth it when most TVs/set top boxes are 10/100?