Dear all, I have been putting together a 'home theatre' room during a house renovation project. This room is only sometimes going to be used for this purpose and will be used as a sitting room also. Basically, this is the setup: Room Size: 12ft x 26ft 6ft Electric projector screen at one end of the room Denon AV3803 reciever, Denon 2909 DVD, PS2, SKY+ - all situated in corner of room, projector screen end 5 Omnisat micro's all ceiling mounted (3 at front near screen, 2 at rear of room) Now, here is my quandry. There are various cables that need to available to use by the seating area at the rear of the room. I have decided not to ceiling mount the projector, as my wife did not want a permamnent fixture on the ceiling :-(. Cables that i will need to use are: 1. Double power socket 2. SVideo & Component Video cables for projector 3. SVideo cable from PS2 by seating area to Denon AV3803 reciever 4. Optical cable from PS2 by seating area to Denon AV3803 reciever My idea is to use a floor box (like they have in offices) and feed the cables under ground from the reciever into and through the floor box. When i need to use them i'll pull the cables to the projector etc and thereafter push them back into the box when not in use. However, my concern is that the cable slack i leave under ground will get snagged or stuck with the continual 'pulling and pushing'. So...i then thought under the same line of thinking, i would create sockets in the floor box for each of the cables, i.e. a Svideo socket to which i would plug into a svideo cable to the projector or PS2. Get the idea? I hope all of this kind of makes sense. Probably not - haha...What i want to know is has anyone done this kind of thing before and whether there is a better suggestion? Also, where would i get the 'custom' floor sockets for the AV inputs/outputs...? I really apreciate anyone who takes the time to pass me some feedback - thanks!