I'm currently in the process of wiring my new home. There were NO jacks of any type anywhere in the home. No cable. No phone. Nada. So since I'm going to need new wiring, I'm taking the opportunity to wire for the future. I've pulled brand new quad-shield RG6 coax and CAT6 ethernet to six rooms in my home and am installing new keystone wall plates to accommodate the new wiring.
As I haven't had tools for coax and ethernet termination before, I was looking at finding the best type of tool for terminating coaxial cable. Crimp-on connectors are cheaper, certainly. Is there any real "benefit" to using compression-type connectors instead of crimp-on?
Any suggestions for tools or brands or places to find them?