For anyone who's interested I'm posting my home cinema (in the cellar) progress on this thread. The room is 12 feet x 14 feet. So far the walls have been rendered and concrete slab floor has been layed, got another 4 weeks left to go on the build. System so far: Projector: Screenplay 4800 Centre Channel: Boston Acoustic Bravo Front speakers: Boston Acoustic DSi60 (in-wall) Rear Speakers: Boston Acoustic DSi50 (in-wall) Still got screen, sub, amp and dvd player to go, at the moment they're likely to be: Screen: Beamax A series DVD: Pioneer DV575A AMP: Denon AVR2105 Sub MJ ref 100 Quick question though: Does anyone know how best to buy my speaker cable? Should I buy one length and then cut it up myself and fix normal banana plugs to them, or should I (as recommended by a store) try and get exact measurements for the in-wall cabling so that they can fit the more expensive airloc banana plugs professionally. I'm only wondering because that solution is 1) more expensive and 2) I run the risk of having cables that are either too long or too short if they're not done on-site.