Back in June I asked the question..... I'm now extremely pleased to inform you all that I've now answered this, and would like to share my findings with you all. There seems to be a lot of people like myself on here who need a lot of clarity about this subject. After all, a Plama/LCD is an expensive piece of kit, and you certainly wouldnt want your wall falling down with it either! So I stressed about this for some time, but now will show you that YES, you REALLY can have an LCD on a plasterboard wall. Firstly, I chose this part of the wall for the TV to go, there was nothing on it for a few months, and it was calling out for a TV to go up. Perfect spot for one! Measuring the size of the TV, the height of the sofa, perfect viewing angle, and the distance between the timber frames (I was so anal about this process its unreal!) we decided where to stick the mount. Its really important to make sure that when drilling, you drill into the wooden struts, as these will bear most of the weight of the mount with the TV on it. Really a good idea to use metal locators to find the nails holding the plasterboard onto the frames, and going from there! (I will explain the holes underneath the mount next!) I wanted to hide the cables in the cavity behind the wall, so decided to drill just underneath the mount (behind the TV where it wouldnt be seen) and again at the bottom of the wall for the cables to exit. After taking ages in locating the wooden struts, we drilled where we thought they *wouldnt* be, only to find that they were everywhere! So we needed to drill through the plaster, and the wood! Behind the wall was a great deal of insulation so feeding the cables behind the wall was tricky, but we managed it by attaching a spanner to a piece of rope, pulling it out at the bottom of the wall, and feeding it back up the top with the cables attached (I also left 3 additional bits of string in there for future cabling) We then thread the cables through brushed faceplates so they looked a bit neater. (Thats the old man in the picture by the way!) Next, it was time to mount the TV onto the wall. We didnt hang anything else off the mount to test its strenth, as we were positive it was solid after drilling into the wooden struts, and the mount felt very safe as it was. We then plugged all the cables into the back of the TV, as the tilt allowed plenty of room to manoevre even thick Scarts, and turned it on. And the final set up. And basically, that was that, we cleaned up, and I added all of the various AV components to the setup. Its not yet finished, as we're expecting the amp soon, DVD recorder sometime in the near future, and we need to buy a cable tidy for the back of the AV rack, but the TV is fantastic and we're really happy with the set up and all the equipment bought. The list is 1 x Samsung M87 40" LCD TV 1 x Allcam wall mount, black (if your interested I can find out the model number) 1 x Xbox 360 (throught component) 1 x Sky + Box 1 x AV Rack 2 x Double Gang Brush faceplates Thats about the long and short of it. All in all the process was easy, but I'm glad I took my time and research a great deal on here 1st. There were a few great people who helped a lot and patiently answered some questions, mainly Steve1951 and hunts1uk (cheers guys) but also simoncee, SAP7 and pcp helped, along with GreasyWeasel for finding me the faceplates!! If anyone needs any help regarding their set up, i'm by no means an expert, but will share my knowledge of my scenario gladly. Once we got round to it, it was surprisingly easy!!