I'm going to be installing a switch and 40 workstations/printers in a building. All the rooms have raised floors with cable trays running in various grids and there are cable trays going between the rooms accessible from the basement. Most of the runs will be between 200' and 300'. All the runs will be going from the switch in the computer room, under the floor in cable trays and then popping up and directly connecting to the workstations/printers.
I remember back in the day it was a big deal to use solid cable for horizontal runs but that was usually between a switches or other stationary devices. I've been seeing problems with similar situations where a solid cable was used because people move stuff around and eventually the conductors break.
Now in the modern day does anyone see a problem with using stranded cables for this type of installation?