Hi All, I've had a few people come to me recently. They've put the screen up on the wall, put all the wires in to the wall and plastered over them. Fantastic idea! Problem is, and why they've come to me, is that they've bought something new and want to add this to the system. But they don't want to add any more wires as it means taking down the wall. There's no easy solution to this as you do need extra cabling, even just power. So, if you're considering this, here's my tips. 1. Use trunking of some sort. Put a tube in the wall rather than the leads. This allows you to remove and add extra cables when you need to. Try B&Q. 2. Put two of them in! One for signal lines, and another at a small distance away for power. This helps reduce coupling between the them, and ultimately helps picture quality. 3. Try to mount the screen's bracket on to the studs in the wall, not the drywall. Studs are much stronger. If in doubt, get someone in the trade to do it for you. 4. The difference in following these tips when your putting the screen on the wall is measured in pounds, later it's in hundreds of pounds. Try to be flexible. All the best, Dr John Sim. PS - Can anyone add some more tips?