Hi all! I'm building a new home theatre, but it will not be dedicated, I want it to double up as a family room. For that reason I am reluctant to install large wall mounted speakers,instead I am looking at ceiling mounted speakers? I've read a lot about in ceiling speakers not being the right thing to use for home theatre, but is it really that bad, or just audiophiles getting too over zealous? I've not had home theatre before, so will not be too hard to impress. But before that I need to decide on my wiring scheme. My media rack will be in node 0, in another room. I intend to send all signals to the room via CAT5e and speaker cable. The picture and infrared is fine, but I'm not sure about how to wire in the speakers. Am I right in using two strands of speaker cable to each of the L/C/R and Rear speakers? But how do I wire the subwoofer? I'm looking at pictures of the rear of the receiver I'll buy (an onkyo) and it shows a socket [Sub pre out] and it is a small jack. Its not a binding post, so how do I wire it over the long run? What outlet do I need to use? I'm also hoping to use a keane IR extender with the panel mount receiver mounted in the ceiling. Has anybody used the panel mount receiver in a ceiling? Could you recommend it? Thanks!