Hi, I've been bothered about the position of the centre speaker vis vis my plasma and I'd appreciate some suggestions. My plasma TV will be positioned above a live fireplace. Although the plan is not to have the fire on at the same time as the plasma I still have an issue about where to position the centre speaker. The TV will be a Pany 6 42" (61cm height) and the centre speaker a A Diva Gallo. The distance from the floor to the top of the fireplace is 95cm and by the time I add a gap before I position the speaker (30cm) and a gap between the speaker and the plasma (20cm), I'm looking at a height of 145cm. Add the total plasma height and you are looking at 206cm which I was told is way too high for positioning the plasma and I would strain my neck etc.... The alternative would be to position the speaker above the plasma, which meant that the viewing height would be a more acceptable 185cm. My concern however is whether, due to the position of the speaker, the sound will come unnaturally high and although I gather that the Gallos allow some tilting, I'm not sure if it will be enough. Am I worrying unnecessarily, or should I reconsider placing the speaker below the plasma and live with the screen being quite high? Any thoughts ideas will be really welcome. PS: Since we are redecorating the whole room, hiding the cables in the wall, although at the moment the cables have been configured to position the speaker above the plasma, I have about a week to change my mind without my wife divorsing me !