I've finally got off my fat arse in order to put some piccies up. Some of the images may have a slightly odd perspective. It's because I use a photo stitching program to create Quicktime VR 360deg panoramas. A happy offshoot of this is that you can select areas of the panorama and flatten it into a rectangular image, hence the distortion. The entire QTVR is stitched from a total of 20 images. ***EDIT*** If it's of interest to anyone, the 360deg Quicktime panorama now available to view here. Give it time to load, it's 6mb. Kit List -Screenplay 7205 shining on an 88" Carada Criterion screen. -Toshiba 32WLT66 -Michell Syncro with Rega RB250 and Audio Technica AT-OC9 moving coil cartridge. -NVA MC two box phono stage and PSU. -Denon DVD-3910. -Sky HD -Apple iPod 4th gen - the audiophiles choice. -Denon AVR-3806 -Velodyne SMS-1 -PMC GB1 main speakers -PMC TB2M-C center speaker -M&K Xenon LCR-25 tripole surrounds -Mark Grant interconnects -Van Damme Blue Series speaker cable Oh! And a BK Monolith DF sub, incase you didn't already know. <EDIT 13/07/08> Compare and contrast with post #111. The Rack: Room views. Front: Front right: Right: Back: And finally a composite image of room with lights on and screen with light off, and yes, I know it needs updating: Apart from hanging the screen level and running four sets of cables for the surrounds, it's been a mercifully DIY free setup. The eagle eyed will spot the lack of rear surrounds, which were disguarded when I chose to biamp the main front speakers. The tripoles give such a good spread, bouncing sound off the front, rear and opposite walls, I don't miss the rears. But the cables are still there. Just in case. Arriving later this week, a Vogels EFF 1140 LCD and center speaker stand. That should just about finish things off. Until the next thing I think of.