My company does cabling for offices. There is a purpose built piece for home use that mounts between 2 studs and has the switch and punch blocks all built in, and a door. It looks like a breakerbox when closed. I don't know what Fry's has, but there are some more professional supply houses. You might try Alltex on Midway in Addison, (might be Dallas there). If it were mine, I would use 2 plates of 4 or six ports. Make sure to punch them down to telco data standards to be nice to future techs. (ow o gw b bw g bw b). These look like your normal phone jack with 4 or six plugs in them. It will look pretty clean. They also mount to a standard electrical box like your phones do. Then you can wall mount a SOHO type switch. I guess if you are networking, then you are running DSL or cable mode, so add a phone jack or coax jack accordingly. Last, you will need a power plug for the switch/and or router and cable modem. If this is in a closet most people forget.