I eventually scraped up the cash (got a 0% credit card) to buy my IN76 and one of those great cheap screens from Ebay. The screen casing hardly looks attractive so it has to be mounted above the ceiling and preferably before Christmas. I'd already had a look and found that I have everyone's favourite chipboard flooring. Not to be put off I borrowed a circular saw from a friend at work and cut my first access panel. Although I'd never used a circular saw before the cutting was easy. What followed was what could be called a complete pain in the ass. I have a large I-beam holding my house together running right between the 2 joists I'd planned to mount the screen between. The good thing was that I have I joists and they have some pre-marked circles which I think I can pretty simply punch out to run my cables down the back of the wall and under the floor to the PJ and also I can get access to the mains ring to add a double socket to power the PJ and the screen. So... the next step is to determine whether I can squeeze the screen into the gap between the joist and the I-beam, if not I think I'll have to mount the case on the other side of the joist (and pray there won't be another metal beam). Mounting on the other side of the joist will leave the screen approximately 400mm from the back wall, this might not be too tragic but I'd rather have it dropping a little closer to my back wall (but still a safe distace in front of my TV). Look out for my next post where I go a little crazy with the circular saw, fixing the chipboard floor upstairs may be the most difficult part of this install!