I had a walk through/inspection with my builder yesterday afternoon. Just to make sure they had the plans right and everything looked like it was going together correctly. Anyway, we got on the topic of things to do "after hours" that would benefit me in the long run that they don't do. I'm going to get together with the construction supervisor one more time next week before hanging dry wall. He recommended something I was thinking about already...going in and hanging fiberglass insulation in the interior walls to help with sound isolation. I broached the subject of me getting in and pulling a bunch of low voltage wires...got shot down pretty hard. :evil: So my new thinking is maybe I'll just go in and put in a bunch of flex conduit and empty boxes. I don't think they'll have much heart burn with that. Then, as I settle in to the new place, I can pull the low voltage wire on an as-needed basis. So, anyone have any good recommendations for some light duty plastic conduit, and where to get it? Definitely don't want to spend as much on the conduit as I will on the eventual low voltage cabling. Also, how about a recommendation for a decent distribution box/panel? I'm only looking at (at most) a couple of cat-5 and RG-6 to each room.