Ok, so I was thinking abit more about how I want to set things up for next year... And what hit me first of all is that I'm on a pretty big "yard". Basicly we have 6000 square meters (64000 square feet) of yard, and our house is at the back of this. So, vieweing distance will be a problem I guess? We can overcome that by putting some stuff down towards the access road. But thats a minor issue, the main issue that cropped up in my head is... distances for signals. I mean for instance, if I go with E1.31 that is cat5 based, and with 100Mbit ethernet, max distance from the switch is 100 meters (give or take a couple of meters) And I'm looking at distances over a 100 meters for som things, can i "cascade" swtiches and thus have them act as signal boosters? For instance, where I plan to place my "Tune to whatever" sign is most likely something like 200 meters away from where my house is. BUT halfway there is our "gardenshed" (I say gardenshed but it's a lot bigger than a shed really), this "shed" is equipped with both 400v Three-phase and 220 one-phase electricity, so I can easily get a ethernetcable down there and mount a switch in there. Can I then user that to boost the signal for my info-sign, and maybe other stuff if I want to have things out in the "garden" to do stuff as well? Do I make sense?