Well, I went to buy some ethernet cable today, and usually having no trouble messing with PC's, I bought the 250ft of Ethernet cable, the crimping tool, and 20 heads, for like 70 bucks(it was an open item). Well, I should have read the instructions before I bought it..lol, much more difficult than I thought. Would have been way easier to buy lengths, and a few inline couplers. Crimping the heads, cutting cable, etc, thats easy, a moron could do that. My problem is, on the back of the box, it lists a very specific order, that the wires must be in, when they are put inside the head. Everytime I insert them, usually 1 or 2 of them will shift, or change places, etc, as I push them into the gold connectors. I guess my first question is, how critical is it that these are in this exact order. Seems it would be able to send and receive the info over the ethernet cable, no matter what order the wires were in. Reason I believe this, is it lists 2 different orders in which you can insert the cables. Lists them as the 568A, or 568B standard. If it absolutely must be in one of these two orders, how the hell can I keep them in order, while inserting them into the jack? I've tried twistin them together in the proper order, and it just doesn't seem to work for me. Thanks for any help/suggestions. IGF Wanna kill these ads? We can help!