We're getting fibre soon (don't have a date yet, but have been scoped for access points). The access point they're going to use won't allow us to connect to the router using the ethernet cable for this PC so I need to look at a network adaptor instead. Wanting to know if PCI-E or a USB adaptor is best and which comes recommended. I've done some installation work on the PC before (hard drive on this one and RAM back in Windows 98 days) so I'm reasonably confident as most of the PCI stuff seems to be plug and play anyway, we did have an old Belkin USB one, but it worked on this PC for 5 minutes and then gave up the ghost. I'm hoping newer ones are more reliable.
We do a lot of You Tube and streaming, a little gaming, but mostly strategy; however that may change as this is a gaming spec PC and my eldest likes online gaming when he can't get the Xbox.