I would say that I spent my quiet weekend casually pulling UTP Cat6 network cables through walls and floor cavities in the condo so I now have Ubiquiti Unifi WiFi Access Points on all four floors and excellent coverage. Loving the built-in PoE of the Unifi Dream Machine Special Edition by the way.
But what I really did this weekend was spend most of it carefully sliding storage organizers of electronics down the hallway, and moving towering shelves of books twenty-four inches to the right‡, shooing my wife away when she noticed the layers of dust on the shelves and books “NOW you need to clean, sort, organize and dust?!?”, fighting cats that wanted to play with the string that I was using to pull some cables “What the hell is it snagged on now?!?!” and swearing at the fish tape that decided it wanted to visit Never Never Land by turning left at the third joist on the right rather than just making a bee line for the precisely drilled hole in the decking. There was also some strenuous debating of whether I wanted to go back up five flights of stairs (for the umpteenth time) to retrieve the flat spade soldering tip instead of the needle nose tip I had in the iron in my hand just to re-solder the network cable splice. “Do I really need to use shrink wrap on this or will gaff tape work? Hmm. Five flights of stairs…. gaff tape it is then!”
There is now a distinct lack of Cat6 running down the stairwell and certainly less of a tripping hazard just so we can have low-latency Diablo 3 gaming sessions.
‡ Except you cannot actually shift an entire 400lb book shelf in one go without doing yourself an injury so it was more like moving three or four books at a time.