Hi! After some deliberation, I've decided to build a false wall, to which my Samsung LE32R51BD will be attached. Well, I say attached, what I mean is that there will be a space for the TV in this wall section, and the cables will run behind it. What I need is some assistance with the design stage. I assume I'll still need a bracket, even though I'll be working from a false wall, not the real one. As such, how can I get at the wires and cables that will be behind the wall? Is there a bracket that will pull out from the wall and allow me access? If there is, can anyone recommend one that doesn't cost the earth? Secondly, I want to store my DVD, Xbox, wireless headphones, PC base unit, wireless keyboard and mouse, printer and scanner all together, underneath the TV, especially as I now use the TV as my PC monitor. However, I'm having real trouble finding a suitable cabinet, largely because my PC base unit is 50cm high, and probably a similar depth (especially when allowing for cables at the rear). I saw one particular design here that was quite interesting - the user had installed shelves below and to the right of the TV, on which he kept all his AV equipment. I liked it, but I'd prefer something more enclosed. Moreover, the shelves would have to be very deep to keep my base unit on. If you have any suggestions of how to store all these devices together neatly without taking up lots of space, please - for the love of God! - tell me! Oh yes - I'll be sure to take plenty of "before", "during" and "after" photos once the project gets going!