Right, first off, I'm going to be spending a lot of time working abroad over the next five years, so I'm not going ballistic with kit until I finished that. To that end I'm looking at; Panasonic SD panel. Always been a fan. Will be viewed from around 14ft away and fed DVD and Telewest cable (maybe Xbox as well). Has anyone seen any real world differences between the 7 and 6 series panels and which of the two 7 series SD variants are superior? HDMI isn't a problem really, and would rather sit back and wait for the whole Sky fiasco to sort itself out. Not a huge Hitachi or LG fan and definitely not going big bucks at the moment on an expensive screen as the next couple of years will have great changes in flat panel technology. Yamaha 750/Denon 2805. Is the latter worth the extra? Never listen to the radio and movie sounds are a priority. I'd like to have a single cable go to the Panny and have the amp do all the switching around. Audio delay would seem prudent. Any other options? Speakers 6.1. Need some help here. My living room has an audio flaw. The main listening position has its right side tight to a projecting wall, so where do I put the rear surround? (In plan, imagine a vertical rectangle with a square in the bottom right corner with the chair directly to the left facing up to the plasma). Its not realistic to move it, so do you think something like FS1AV's with their more relaxed siting needs would be more suitable? I understand that Kef Eggs and Gallos etc, are better, but what about when the room shape becomes a limiting factor? Projector. Hot favourite is the Sanyo Z3 (free screen 71" from nexnix). Its going on a coffee table and the flexibility of it looks ideal. Image quality is great. HS50 may be better but too much more money. Screen will be 70-80" from around 7ft away from the projector. Anyone seen a Z3 in silver or are they all black? All will be fed from a HCPC (A64,1gb,400gb,9700pro). Going to have to buy in the next couple of days so would be very grateful for any views, particularly on the amps ability to control switching and the connections to the plasma and projector.