Help. I have recently purchased a 27" LCD TV with vesa 100mm mounting points and want to mount it to the wall above my fire as many do. The wall is plasterboard with 20mm (ish) gap to cement blocks. The TV weighs 19.8kgs out of the box. Reading the manual, the manufacturer recommends using a wall mount capable of holding 80kg! What? What's all that about? 80Kg - 4 times the weight of the TV? Does anyone think that's a reasonable suggestion? I have purchase one of the small (approx 200mm square), flush fitting (15mm from wall to back of TV) mounts capable of holding 30Kgs (1.5 times the weight of the TV) And I was going to use 4 x 4.5" nylon hammer fixings and drill through the plasterboard into the cement blocks and fill the 20mm ish void between plasterboard and cement blocks with spray-expanding-filler-stuff. Questions for anyone, please, any thoughts? 1. Is it reasonable to require a 80kg capable mount for this a 19.8kg TV? 2. Anyone know of any budget generic 100mm vesa universal mounts capable of holding 80kg? £59.95 is the best price I've found. 3. How does the fixings plan sound? Sincerely appreciate any advice - lost in the wilderness am I!