Looking at monkeying with fiber here. Have a spool of fiber and tools for it. We splice / run fiber in the field, but never have worked with fiber locally like I want to. Want to convert at least partially from gigabit ethernet on LAN to faster fiber optic based switching. Anyone out there there doing this in their environment? Imagine it's common in video production shops these days - should be. Interested in a switch recommendation. Most switches are top of rack in nature with a bunch of copper ports then 1-4 uplink fiber ports. Would like to find something with fiber mostly and no copper perhaps. Say 8-48 fiber ports. Most of the switches I find that fit the bill appear to be for storage devices and blah, exotic, expensive and complicated. Anything come to mind?