Have about a 220' run between house and detached garage. Currently CAT6 with surge protectors on each end. Connection has been marginal and I think the problem is the surge protectors. Although they are rated for ethernet I think them combined with the length of the run is just a bit too much. So I am looking at other options. Thinking I should just go to fiber with some fiber to ethernet converters on each end. Don't need anything exotic - 100 M speed will be more than enough. Have 3/4 PVC conduit with long sweeps except for an LB at the house end which may be a bend radius issue - I could strap the fiber to to something with a curve to keep the cable from sagging and bending tighter. I am guessing the largest bend I could get would be about 3" radius. Any specific recommendations for hardware?