Good morning As you can see from the title we are in a new house and we have a difficult living room to mount a 5.0.2 system (that's right, no sub, my Keilidhs are more than enough to sonicly satisfy my need to hear the Millennium Falcon fail to make the jump to hyper space). It is a Victorian end of terrace. The MLP is the centre of the sofa which is between the kitchen door & the back door. (The sofa currently blocks the back door) I'm competent enough to tackle the fronts but the rears are proving to be difficult. So the problem being, if I mount them at ear height the will prevent the doors from opening... So I'm thinking in-wall speakers... what do we think about these things in proper brick and plasterboard walls? Are they similar to fitting electric face plate boxes just bigger? Are they deeper? Do I need to worry about my neighbour and her extensive plate collection vibrating off the wall from the volume of them? Joking aside the system is really only used for evening viewing and is not at what I would call a loud volume. Ideas will be greatfully received.