Hi, neighbor! These Edwardian houses are dead-simple to wire up. I went down to Palo Alto to Fry's and got a 100-meter spool of white Category 6 Ethernet cabling for $70. Pulled out a floorboard outlet box and fed it from the front bedroom down into the garage, where it's now stapled overhead, running through the partition twice to two separate spots in the rear-of-the-garage addition, hard to reach with Wi-Fi. This joins the older Category 5e cabling I installed in 2001, which I purchased in the day at Radio Shack on West Portal, running from the ONT to where I put the router in the front bedroom, and from there, back down into the garage passing behind that same outlet box, stapled overhead, and back up into the living room and rear bedroom. I crimped my own connectors on the ends, and I still have at least 25-30 feet of Cat6 cabling left over in the box, by my calculations.