We're getting our house rewired from scratch - currently the walls have been taken back to the studs, with plumbing and electrical wiring to go in. While we're at it, it seems like a sensible time to consider TV cabling and network cabling.
The TV thing will just be to ensure that we have TV sockets in a couple of places that make most sense in the living room, I think, but the network cabling is a bit more complex. Ideally, what I'll have is a router downstairs, with a couple of network wall sockets, and a NAS hooked up (through ethernet) in a cupboard somewhere. Upstairs I'll probably just stick to WiFi for ease and cost.
Given our ISP-supplied router keeps crapping out, I may well go down the route of separate modem and router, not that that necessarily makes a difference.
So can someone talk me through the basics of what I need to consider, questions I should ask (either myself or the sparky) and so on?