Sorry about this, but Im about to blow £900 on one of these LCDs and Im trying to take everything into consideration. Basically, I was looking through the PDF manual when I came across the diagrams near the back depicting the dimensions - I saw that the SCART connections at the rear of the panel are mounted horizontaly - that is to say they point out to the side. This could potentially cause a problem as I use Thor interconnects, the terminations of which are very heavy and have the cable coming out 'in line' (as opposed to right-angled). Also, the cable itself is quite thick. Im worried this would mean that once connected, the cable would protrude from the side of the panel and be visible from the front. Also, would this place too much stress on the connection itself? Ive had problems in the past with SCART socket connections breaking. And is it possible that the weight of the cable would drag the TV down on one side? I suppose the easiest thing would be to buy a decent right-angled SCART lead, but Id need to be sure it was necessary before I spend. I was hoping some of you GA5E owners (using SCART) would be good enough to take a snap of the back of your set - it would make things much easier for me to picture... Apologies again for the paranoia!!!