I searched the forum for threads about Cat6 vs Cat5e for home use and am seeing different advice. Some people say that there is no reason to use Cat5e because it's rated at 1-Gigabit which is the most you will use for a home network. But I understand that using twisted pair cabling has the benefit of improving protection against interference (even if the cable is "unshielded"; source: http://store.dynacable.com/network-cable-faqs/) and that Cat6 has more twists in terms of the construction, so that is why it has more protection against interference. So some people said that if you're not using 1000s of feet of cable for a large infrastructure but just talking about buying a few of them then the price difference between Cat5 and Cat6 is negligible and you're better off using Cat6 due to the improved protection against interference. Would having more twists also affect the proneness of the cable to breaking or degrading? Just curious if one of them is more durable.