Here are some pictures of my living room setup. Living in a fairly small one-bedroomed flat, as we do, there wasn't the option of a dedicated room. We moved in here in June, and this is the first time we've had the option of drilling a lot of holes anywhere. It also had to be pretty wife friendly, so no wires trailing down walls. Actually, apart from that specification, I was given quite free reign. The tv is a 32" tosh that was carried over from the last flat. I wall mounted it, channeled in the power lead down from the RHS, the aerial and the component video lead down from the LHS. I'm not much for DIY, but this wasn't such a bad job if I do say so myself In the cabinet is a Yamaha RXV-1700, which I use for all the video routing, a Yamaha DVD-550, Toppy, and a PS3. This is all controlled by a Harmony remote, with a Keene IR extender keeping everything looking neat (when the doors are shut - and as long as you don't look under the cabinet!). Speakers are Tannoy Eyrises (I seem to be a Tannoy man, through and through), 2s at the front, a centre, and three Rs across the back, nearly at ceiling height. Arena subwoofer (more WAF) sits in the corner, soon to be on an auralex gramma that is arriving in the post. The rears have the cabling in the plasterboard wall, and in plastic ducting around the bottom of the skirting board. The ducting replaces the beading that covers the gap between the skirting and the laminate floor, so I don't introduce much more clutter. Cables are cheap - gale stuff to the rears, home made cat-5 with IXOS bananas for the front three. Video is either to the LCD telly, or the Panasonic AX100 at the back. Screen is a Beamax 215cm 16:9 jobbie. I bought it as a second, and it has some rippling, so I think that is the next thing to upgrade. The PJ cable is a cheapy 12m component cable, and I just use a Y splitter on the single monitor out from the amp (TV and PJ), which seems to work very well. I don't notice any problems. But an amp that upconverts to component and HDMI would be ideal, so that I could use the HDMI lead for one display and the component out for the other. The PJ cable runs around the ducting with the rear speaker cable, and up inside the partition wall. Looking to upgrade this to an HDMI lead. Wondering if I can run component to the TV and simultaneously HDMI to the projector.. Have to look into what the PS3 can do wrt dual video output, too... I don't think there's much else to say. I'm happy with how it's turned out so far (with the curtains soon to be in place, I should be able to watch a movie without the shadow of the tree outside being noticeable on the screen ), and I don't think she indoors is as upset as I might have made her. For anyone who's interested, the colour is Dulux Dusted Macaroon #4. It's sort of an in between. Light enough so that the living room isn't depressing, yet dark enough that the room isn't distracting when watching a movie.