I know people chase cables into brick walls and so forth using conduit and plaster on top, but is that feasible with plasterboard? Or am I better off making a couple of holes and spending a frustrating eleventy billion hours trying to feed the cables through Initially it'll just be speaker cable. Actually, on a related note, are KEF Eggs "light" enough (ie they're quite solid for their size) to be mounted on a plasterboard wall or is it a bad idea full stop (for acoustical reasons). I currently have the two fronts on the waist high stands you can get and the centre on the top of the telly. However, I've a Panny PW6 arriving next week (woo yay etc) and I don't think the top's deep enough to have the centre egg sitting on it. Might look a bit daft too. So I was thinking of putting at least the centre on the wall above the plasma (plasma is going on a stand - I know for a fact THAT won't be able to be mounted ). And there's no room on the stand I don't think, what with the amp, DVD player and ntl STB. Cheers.