I am in a little bit of a tough position. Currently I have a Sony KLV-30MR1 LCD screen in the lounge. I have had this since new and it has served me well over the years. Due to the layout of the lounge I wanted the screen as low as it could go on the wall as I didn't want to have a crook neck from looking up to watch the TV. Current set up. This left no room for a centre speaker. This wasn't a problem as the 30MR1 has a separate AV box which has a 'Centre In Input'. I have connected this and it has worked well over the last few years. The TV is set to 'Centre In' and I am happy with this set up. Now here is the bigger problem. I have just purchased a Sony a KDL40X3500 which will arrive shortly and upgraded my Sky to HD. When I bought the set I didn't think about my audio problem. I have had a look at the previous X series model and I couldn't see a centre in facility. How I am going to get proper 5.1 as there is really no room to mount a centre speaker? I am sure the new X3500 LCD screens don't have a centre in function. I can't be the only one in the country not wanting a centre speaker mounted on my fireplace. How have other people dealt with this issue? Do I just leave the TV audio as stereo? How would this sound? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. My plan was to put the old Sony in my bedroom. I don't really want to put Sky HD and a 40 Inch in my bedroom and there is also no room for surround sound in there.