Once I finally decide on a flat-screen I would ideally want to wall mount it. The neatest way to do this would be to channel the wall out for the cables so that they are hidden. But given that at some stage I would want to connect a HD Sky box (and later still other equipment - nextgen consoles, hed def DVD etc) this seems to present a problem with sets that have all connections built into the screen e.g. the much praised PV500, the upcoming Sony 40" LCD V series etc. Not exactly easy to install and unistall cables regulary to the screen if they are plastered into the wall. Anyone else considered/has this issue? The 7200 series Hitachi and the Pioneer have the units seperate and therefore the cables from that to the screen are likely to not require changing. Seems a shame that wanting to wall mount but maintain a tidy installation and flexibility in changing inputs would reduce my choice of screens, Is there a way round this issue for PV500 etc.?