Very much thinking about a Pioneer 504 in Nov and have been trying to decide on a way to squeeze it and my current setup in to my rented flat. I figured on the 50" as for the extra 1000 notes it would really give that cinema feel and help fend off upgraditus a bit longer, also the improved resolution of the 50" and the fact that its closer to a true 16:9 image (1024x768=1.33:1 compared to 1280x768=1.66:1, closer to 16:9=1.77:1) My living room is not an ideal shape or size but I think after much reading on this site that I've got it sorted, my only real questions other than if anyone has some suggested improvements, is will I have enough distance between my viewing position and the screen (will the image look ok??) and will I be able to fit the centre egg speaker on the Opli TV unit without it blocking part of the screen, I'm not wall mounting as its only a rented flat and so not worth the effort and so will be using a table top stand, what is the distance between the base of the stand and the bottom of the plasma, can the height be altered?? Also the rear eggs will be firing directly across the seating position as I cant really move the sofa any further out from the wall without reducing the distance to the screen, is this the best way to have them or would it be better to put them on the ceiling and have them pointing down to the seating position?? Oh yeah and the other bits of setup I'll need to squeeze in to and on to the TV unit are: Denon 2800MKII (Could be getting replaced in Nov possibly for a Pio 868i) Denon 2802 (Dont see any point upgrading at the mo, well not till I get a new speaker setup anyway) XBOX TIVO NTL Broadband Router WiFi AP With the possibly inclusion of a HTPC Anyway thanks in advance Oh yeah and anyone recommend the best place to get the 504HDE as after my last TV purchase nightmare I definitly want to get good quality service and backup over cheapest price (and I'll be using Barclay card price promise anyway, as I've seen the 504HDE at only 4999.99) does anyone know if JohnLewis will be selling the new Pio's as even thought they wont be the most educated sellers in the world but there price match and free 5yr warranty could be too much to pass up, there are a lot of people on this forum that have used them for their Hitachi PD3000's and they seem pretty happy?