Hi, I am just in the process of pulling down my lounge ceiling and putting in new wall lights etc. I want to relocate my audio/video kit to a recess in the wall and leave the TV in the corner. I am on Telewest/Virgin media so I'll take the cable from the termination box in the lounge into a wall plate and hide the cabling to the recess. No problem. The recess will house the Telewest box, my stereo, DVD player, PlayStation and SCART switch box. I need to take the video/audio out back across the room to the TV corner. Shall I use SCART cable for the run or get a SCART adapter to convert to phono cables? I am probably looking at a 6 to 8 metre run in the wall/ceiling. Also I'm not yet HD or BluRay wotsit yet. The new TV will have the latest bells n whistles so the video/audio feed from the recess to the TV will need to support this and other technology in the future as I once the cabling is in, it's in. I'd appreciate you thoughts as to the best way of doing this and making it future proof. Cheers.