Trying figure out the key differences between T568A and T568B wiring, if any exist.
I found claims in a thread that T568A has advantages over T568B due to the fact that each twisted-pair in a cat5/cat6 varies slightly in the tightness of the winding. That would imply that, while nominal, selection of twisted-pairs for TX/RX does have a physical impact. (http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/422129-t568a-or-t568b)
Can someone explain the reason why one might claim 568A is better than 568B; or if this isn't true?