I'm looking for some guidance on running 10/40/100G connections within my home. When I bought the house 2 years ago, I had planned on running cable, but never really got around to it. My server rack is in the basement and everything else was running over wifi (this also kept the wife happy as I didn't need to cut into drywall). However, last week, our basement flooded and all the walls had to be opened up. Luckily, insurance will be covering the damage. But this also gives me a somewhat limited time frame to run all of my drops. I already have 1000' feet of cat6a cabling, but I'd also like to run fiber. I'm completely new to fiber and I'm hoping to get some advice on where to go next. I've seen a number of posts on the issue, but I haven't seen anything during my research on what specific fiber cables I should run. I can't imagine that I'll need to run drops to all of the ethernet locations, but only to places where I could see myself needing/wanting a fiber connection since I already have a 10G copper switch. Could someone point me to either A) a thread with detailed instructions/recommendations on fiber drops within a home B) a link to the specific cables I should be looking at?