been reading around other threads but still have a couple of Qs. I figure I'm going to be hiring tool/s (and an industrial hoover) to make channels in the brick and plaster wall of my 1920's houses living room. I've to run the following leads: a very thick component lead (from Bluejeans) DVI VGA Power CAT 6 (future proofing) The AV stuff sits on a cabinet to the side of the fireplace above which sits the plasma. I'm figuring on cutting 2 channels up, one slightly higher, then both across to the behind the screen. 1 for the power, 1 for the feeds. I'm guessing you've to put some sort of casing into your messy holes, but what do you use? Tubes or square conduit? What decides the width and depth of the holes? Is it possible to make it so you can pull the leads out without making the walls too weak? Can you hire them do-daars to make sure there's no cables there before I get hacking? And what to you use to provide a neat exit for your leads at both ends? What do you use to fill over with? normal plasta or filla? I guess you then sand over. Can someone come round and re-decorrate afterwards, I can't be a**ed ?