Just a few tips if you are going to wall mount your PV500. You can't connect it up once on the wall, unless you have got a bracket that will hold it just at the top. I have the wall bracket from RGB direct that came with it, it is their universal one, you can hook the plasma just on the top bar a get a good tilt so you can connect once up, I would recommend this bracket as it seems to do the job very well and looks a bit sturdier than the RS mount, but more expensive. To stand it off the wall you will need spacers that will stand it off 45mm from the bracket. The plasma will stand off the wall 14cm once mounted. M8 rawl bolts are sufficient for mounting the bracket, I have now got 8 in, I think 6 is recommended minimum but I only had 4 in for a week. You will need a 14mm Masonry drill for M8 rawl bolts. The plasma weights 45kg and will take 2 to mount it, 3 if you need to connect up while in mid air. Mine has been up 4 times now, I have lowered it twice and is back up temporarily while I wait for the plasterer. When you do get it, turn it off dynamic, you will have to go through ALL the inputs and turn it off each one. Normal or Cinema is best for viewing. I would also use as a minimum a THX optimiser disc to get rough adjustments on brightness/contrast. The DVE disc is the next best thing. Info HERE Then ISF calibration is the ultimate calibration. Screen burn - this isn't considered to be a problem on the new pannys, I had CBeebies on for 7.5 hours after 50 hours running, and it was OK.