OK. So my Gallos have arrived, my cable is neatly in the walls and I bought some spade connectors that don't get in the way of the wall brackets (thanks Enigma!). It's time to get the micros up on their brackets and into prime listening position. I am going to be attaching all of the brackets to plasterboard and was wondering what fixing methods everybody else has been using? The enclosed rawl plugs didn't seem like a great bet for my purposes (?) so I took a trip to B&Q. The strongest option woud appear to be screw in plasterboard specific rawl plugs - but - it's recommended that you only use the supplied screws. For one these won't go through the holes in the brackets and for 2 they are brass - not a nice compliment to my black brackets. I have found an alternative rawl plug designed for plasterboard but it only supports "light-weight" fixtures - then again, Gallos aren't that heavy...(?!?!) Just wondering what others have used in this kind of situation - perhaps the rawl plugs that come with brackets will do the job (but it seems as though they're intended for a more solid wall to me...) Suggestions please!!! My surrounds are currently balanced on an ironing board and window ledge!