I know some of you guys do this type of stuff. I am needing to run some cable at home for home office use and have some CAT5 spooled wire, and just ordered a crimp tool and RJ45 connectors from amazon. Any pointers I should watch out for? I know about the pairings and braiding and use the same color codes on both ends etc. Back up plan is a 50 or 100 ft pre-made cable which are already both on hand. I just don't want to drill half inch holes in my house when a much smaller hole with do if I can get these ends on the cable myself. Back story, OL works in health care and is being moved to 100% WAH. Work is putting in a dedicated business class cable line. WIFI is a strict no-no apparently. More back story. The electrician that wired our office screwed the pooch by using the A scheme on one end of the cables and the B scheme on the other end of the cables. The day the office moved in we ended up having to pay the IT people to speed test and redo all the cables. So I know enough to ask you guys ahead of time.