Just wondering what size conduits people put into their switches to accomodate for a potential fan (20,25 or 32mm) cabling? How about as far as heating lights in the bathroom down the track go? I was reading this whirlpool archived article and it got me thinking about futureproofing for future reasale by providing wall box/face plates and conduit to each bedroom as I assume you can then drop cabling down from your NBN box to the relevant rooms for cabled access? http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1932485 I'm not very electrical savvy - does one need to conduit the NBN box in the garage too to allow for future cabling to other rooms (Even if I put conduits in those rooms)? I know one can just have the existing data cable point stream wifi through the house via dedicated router, but figured having hard wired NBN data cables to various rooms /areas would add flexibility and also resale value if ever need be. Particularly with the tech heavy future? And what size conduit would one recommend for future proofing theatre/TV spots - I've heard you need 32mm for HDMI's? Is there a standard number of conduits and sizing one would recommend for everyday household theatres/tv areas etc? (I've already chucked a 32mm in for foxtel as supposedly it needs to be that big). Any other conduit or electrical addition/placement advice for finalising at prestart? Or anything to futureproof?