My take on it is that wired is always more reliable, and always is far ahead on bandwidth, and consumers are ever-hungry for bandwidth.
As such, I wired my house, but also plan on adding wireless in the near future and have just been watching the latest technology for wireless (and given the wiring I haven't needed wireless lately).
As far as the bundled cable (with multiple cables wrapped in a plastic sheath), I would recommend against it from my limited experience with it. Here is why:
1. It is harder to run, the wrapper makes it harder to manage
2. If one wire in the bundle is damaged, it becomes annoying (that wire needs to be no longer used and another wire run).
I thought it was a great idea until I used it...
Back to fiber: Verizon is going after fiber to the curb, which could translate into some possible expansion inside the home. However you can currently do gigabit ethernet over copper (cat5) and I have heard they can do 10g ethernet over copper as well. Therefore, the question becomes will fiber get you anything other than a more expensive cable run and some very expensive termination tools?
I don't know the details, but the termination tools for working with fiber were close to $900 when I last looked (although I do not have the background in fiber).
Given all this I did not run fiber and went with cat5e when I did mine. Time will tell, but the bandwidth that is available currently over cat5/6 is probably not going to be fully utilized for some time.
If, HD type signals become more prevalent, and the resolution increases (I heard we will begin to see double to triple current HD specs soon) fiber could become a reality sooner than later. On the other hand, if they can continue to squeeze huge bandwidth from cat5/6/etc there is little reason (am I missing something) to go with a more expensive route and more complicated termination.