Hi After months of deliberating and research, I've bought my 42PD7200. I plan to wall mount it and chase the cables into the wall above my fireplace. I was considering the PD5300 so I only had to chase 1 cable + power but it was too limiting in terms of connectivity, as I want to connect EVERYTHING to my screen. So far, I have this list of cables to go in the wall - AV1 - SCART -> SCART - for Sky+ AV2 - Composite + Phono -> SCART - for DSP/Pre-Amp (inputs Playstaion, Xbox, any other additions) AV3 - SCART -> SCART - for VCR AV4 - Component + Phono -> Component + Phono - for DVD player AV5 - Comp + SVHS + Phono -> Comp + SVHS + Phono - for camcorder/misc use AV6 - HDMI -> HDMI - for whenever I get a HDMI piece of kit RGB1 - DVI + 3.5mm audio -> DVI + 3.5mm audio - for Media Centre PC RGB2 - VGA + 3.5mm -> VGA + 3.5mm - for laptop Aerial - Co-Ax cable for analogue TV tuner AC Power cable Speaker cable - for centre speaker above TV This is a huge list I know, but once they are in the wall, theres no adding any more. I cannot mess this up so have I missed anything? The wall mount is the RS100 slimline. I bought the tilting version but am not happy with the tilting mechanism so I'm thinking of mounting it flat to the wall. The bottom of the screen will be about 5ft high, do you think I can get away without tilting? Finally, like most people I'm a bit nervous about wall mounting £2500 of 40kg kit. I'm using 7 x 10mm anchor bolts into a brick chimney breast. I noticed the brickwork in the chimney is a bit soft though - my deWalt sailed through it like it was butter. What do you think? Any help appreciated. Will post pics when installed!