Glad that I've discovered this truly helpful forum in a time of need. I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post such a question, but here goes:
Due to flood damage, my basement is being rebuilt. While the walls are knocked down, I'd like to take this advantage of this opportunity to wire the playroom using Modular Keystone plates, to wire and hook-up telephone, loudspeakers, satellite tv, and computer network cat5e. I'm looking for an online tutorial on this subjet that explains this procedure in detail from A-Z, and any general advice or precautions that you techies might wish to share. I realize that I've got tot get it right the first time, because once the walls go up, there is no second shot, unless I get flooded again that is.