I've bought a set of Quad L-ites with the intention of wall mounting them. When i ordered them from www.hifisuppliers.co.uk i asked about wall brackets - and mentioned i was worried about wall mounting them as they were so heavy. I was assured that B-Tech BT332 brackets would be fine, and that HiFiSuppliers had used them in numerous installs with no problems. Great - so i paid £40 for them and added them to the order. Should have checked Amazons price, but there you go. Having finally got to the point where my lounge is ready and i need to mount the speakers i need to say - THEY ARE NOT SUITABLE AT ALL. First off - the Quads have one mounting hole on the back (see speaker_back.jpg) and the 332's have a dual mounting plate. Worst still, when the plate is positioned the redundant of the two holes covers the air hole on the back of the speaker which isnt flush with the wood - so you dont get a flat fixing. Never mind, a bit of work in the garage and we have a modified mounting plate that doesnt cover the air hole (see bracket_modded.jpg) If you are wondering why i didnt use the bracket without the mounting plate, it was because the bracket fits to the mounting plate with a grip that would damage the speaker if it was fixed to it directly, and leave 4 indentations in the wood - or possibly worse. Simply not an option. Even with this mod though, the speaker moves under the bracket very easily with the one fixing holding it on. Second - the 'knuckle' of the speaker that can be slackened off to allow you to point it is simply not a strong enough design to support such a heavy speaker. The speakers pictured in the instructions are tiny - clearly what this was designed to support. The knuckle has nothing to grip it - just the tighness of the screw - and this cant be tightened enough to prevent movement with a speaker as heavy as the Quad on the end. In short - these are totally unsuitable and im ****** off to say the least. The point of this post (other than to 'Vent') is to hopefully warn prespective Quad L-ite owners off the BT332s, but also to find out what i should be using instead. I cant blame HiFiSuppliers exclusively. I also asked 'MusicMatters' to make sure before buying and they said BT332s as well. Quad must have had a plan when the only put one speaker fixing hole on the back of such a big heavy satelite. Im presuming there is a bracket out there that holds and supports these speakers without damaging their superb finish or looking ugly. Please help guys - i want to finish my lounge and try them out with my new Onkyo 605, and keeping them boxed is torture!