I have been running a Unifi network in my home/home office since I moved to a new house about a year and a half ago. I live in the middle of no-where south Texas, which just happens to be fairly close to an AT&T distribution building, so I'm one of the very lucky few who can get U-Verse out here (otherwise it is satellite, sketchy PtP wireless, or dial-up).
I put the switch and in AP-Pro in my shop/office and the other AP-Pro in the house. I could have used AP-Lites or LRs, but I wanted 802.11at/af PoE and not 24v passive. My network spans two buildings (finally had a valid reason to use fiber in my network!), so I used a TL-SG2210P in the house to connect two fiber ports to the US-24-500 in my office. The SG2210P was flaky, so once the US-8-150 was released I bought one to replace it. I also bought a CloudKey because it just made sense to have the controller on a purpose built, small form factor, PoE device. I wanted a USG as well, but the I knew at some point my Electric Co-op was going to be rolling out a Gigabit fiber service to their service area, so I had to wait for the USG-Pro to be released before I bought one. Once the US-8 was released, I bought one to replace a 5 port netgear switch in my media center. The AC-HD was a beta store purchase (price was too good to pass up and I wanted to get more involved with UBNT and Unifi). Same can be said for the AC-IWs.
Current network BoM:
1x USG-Pro (in office rack)
1x US-24-500 PoE (in office rack)
1x US-8-150 PoE (in master bedroom)
1x US-8-60W PoE (in office, under desk)
1x US-8 (powered by PoE) (entertanment center)
1x AC-Pro (living room)
1x AC-HD (in Media room expansion)
1x AC-IW (In office)
I also have the following in reserve:
Pics or it didn't happen:Connected devices
Core rackUS-8-60W under office deskAC-HD in Medai room ceilingAC-IW (mostly for testing purposes)Topology view (love this feature)