Hi! I'm moving to a home where my home studio (video editing) will be a converted shed located about 30 feet from the main house and connections. Being that I need hard-wired internet to do my work remotely, my initial plan was to hire an electrician to run a Cat6 outdoor ethernet cable from the house, underground via conduit, and into the shed where it would plug in to my hub (almond 3). However, when the Spectrum tech came to the home to install the service (Gigabit) he said he could run an additional coax cable from the outdoor terminal (I don't know if it's the right word- the plug thing where the coax goes in and out of the house) underground to the shed instead. He said I could just get another router in the shed. I 'm obviously new to all of this as my extent to home networking has been running a 100 foot ethernet cable to my basement from my router in my current apartment... So I'm wondering, which would be better? By better I mean 1) Would one provide faster speed than the other? 2) Would one be more future-proof over the other? Meaning, if Fios is ever available in the area, would I be better off having gone with the ethernet? 3) Is having an additional modem/router going to be very complicated to set up/maintain? As I mentioned, my current setup is basically plug-and-play, so my knowledge of home networking is extremely limited. 4) Is the coax cable heartier than the ethernet and less susceptible to damage underground? Either way it'll be traveling via conduit, but the property is very rural and I'm sure there's lots of critters underground, so just wondering. Thanks so much for your time!