I have been working for a while now (a long while) on converting my loft into a home cinema and last week reached the stage where I got the equipment in. My loft is about 11.5ft * 15ft with a stairway, small landing and water tanks taking up about a 6ft square in one corner. At this end I intend to fit a desk for my office/PC area (I want an Herman Miller Aeron chair if anyone has one spare). At the opposite end I have fitted my Plasma TV and have a 7.1 speaker setup installed (only 5 wired in as I write) The Equipment - Denon AVR 3802 Receiver KEF KHT2005 Speakers with 2 additional speakers Arcam DV88plus I bought the above from Creative Audio in Shrewsbury http://18.104.22.168/hotkht.htm The deal included all the cables and plugs needed to get the system running. I chose the Kef speakers because they suit my room and have good mounting options - important in a room where 60% of the walls are at a 45 degrees angle. The Arcam player does Pal progressive. Toshiba WP27 This is the Panasonic 5 series rebadged. I wanted the silver model to match the Kef speakers. An added bonus is the 2 year warranty that Toshiba include. I bought the Plasma from http://www.plasma-screen.co.uk. Bascially I rang them up and it was delivered the next day along with a Unicol wall mount. Mounting the TV was a challenge. As brickwork in lofts isn't generally very pretty I had installed a false wall and plaster boarded that. I needed to mount the TV into the brick work though so I used some long fancy bolts that expand as you tighten a nut up on then - I had to fit about 12 large loose nuts over each bolt as I could not tighten the tightening nut close to the expending barrel (deep inside the wall). I used 8 bolts to mount the Unicol wall mount. It seems quite solid. A nice touch was on Monday Plasma Screen called to see if I got the delivery and if everything was ok. Impressions The plasma is perfect. No flicker, no buzz. I had a big grin on my face for a long time after I first turned it on. Sound is awesome - the Kef eggs fill the room with ease and the Denon delivers flawlessly. The Arcam DVD player rocks. I need to get a blind for my loft window (anyone know where I can get one from ? Its a Wickes window) If anyone is interested I will post pictures but not until the new year - I have still to get the carpet fitted and my equipment stand delivered.