After a year of delay and re-design, we finally broke ground and now I need to get back up to speed with what I want to do with HA and lighting controls. Since lighting control is low on the budget priorities, I may not know which way I can go until after the drywall is up. I am thinking of either an onQ/EDT i-line system that we can swap switches in as money allows later or a centralite system. The question is is there a way to pre-wire so that I can decided between these later? The onQ is generally cat5 in serial to the switches as well as the regular HV, right? I don't know much about centralite, but I think it may be homerun cat5 only to the switches? So if I just run a homerun of cat5 to every switch, would I be able to use either system? I don't know anything about HV wiring. I think I would rather have the centralite system, but is this going to change the way all the 'regular' electrical goes in? This is a custom build, but we have had some strange looks with doing anything 'different' so not sure I want to deal with confusing the electrician or the upcharges they will give. The end goal is simply to be able to turn off all lights from a few key areas--Master bedroom and entry doors; turning on select lights at entry would also be nice.