I'm having an Ethernet line installed to a bedroom from where the modem is in the living room. I want this to look professional and not simply have a hole in the wall with a cable coming through, that would be barbaric. I did some looking around for all the parts I'll need like the cable itself (cat 6 btw), punch down tool, wall cutter, crimper. But when I was looking for wall plates I noticed there are plates that take away the work of stripping the cable and punching the wiring into a keystone. This seems like a dream come true but is it too good to be true? Is there any hindrance by wiring it through this F/F coupler rather than taking the time to strip the wire and manually punching into a keystone? I assume the results are the same but I'd like to know for sure, I dont do Ethernet installation often enough to know if this is the way to go.