I'm doing a renovation and the sparky has done his prewire so I'm at the structured wiring point. I know I want ethernet in the rooms and the odd HDMI, but I'm struggling to decide whether I should bother with coax. For our needs it seems useless. We have a VF TV box which is HDMI out and I'll matrix split that to wherever. Same can happen if we get SKY and we stream all our movies etc from our media centre. Our children are 2 and 5, so no requirement for TV's in their rooms for MANY (if any) years and I really don't know the way the tech is going for the future. Maybe everything will just be over cat6?
So I guess the question is if you were adding new structured wiring at this point in time, with no need yourself for coax, would you even bother? And if not, would you compensate with anything else, like an extra ethernet port?