Hi folks, Received my first plasma telly (are they still called 'tellys'? ) yesterday and managed to bravely hoist it upon my bare brick fireplace (great movie...). Decided against false wall/plastered and snug fitting and went for the industrial creative look (easy to achieve). In the alcove below (which I raised last year so it's higher than the floor) I'm going to add my undernourished AV kit comprising of: Sky Box DVD player Gamecube....um, that's it for the moment. However I'll soon be adding a 5:1 system (perhaps starting as seperates - amp and 2 speakers and building as I go along). As you'll see from the pic below, it's rather haphazard at the moment - no fancy hiding of the cables/wires behind stud wall I'm afraid. So...I'm wondering how I'm best to achieve this. On the left of the pic underneath the shelves, you'll see two beanbags - these are currently hiding all the extension plugs and sat/aerial feeds (which I had to buy extension's for today due to the new panel being too far from the points). Have considered building a false bottom (either wood or MDF) which fits just under the bottom shelf to hide said cables from view - this shape - [ The cables from the TV over the fireplace is a little more tricky - has anybody trunked cables on brickwork before? Down and across the skirting along the fireplace to the false bottom is one thought. Also considered getting hold of some glass shelf brackets (as per my old tv cabinet) and fixing these to the brick in the alcove, than adding a glass shelf (made up from a local glass merchant) just over half way (just so I could fit a sub woofer for the eventuall 5:1 system). Please let me know your thoughts/idea's...I know it's merely a mini project considering some of the home cinema masterpieces shown around here, but I'll love it all the same Cheers.