what is the best artificial lighting design to avoid plasma glare? im not talking about daylight here or watching tv in dimly lit rooms. ive searched the forums and even googled the net but the answers ive found seem to be quite vague. discussions often get dragged into an lcd vs plasma debate which lets face it have been done to death. so without mentioning lcds or moving plasmas, sunshine or dimly lit rooms, how would you layout your artificial lights im guessing you would not want a light shining directly at the screen. also guessing, if you replaced the plasma screen with an imaginary mirror you would not want to be able to see a light in this mirror from each viewing position, hence people tilting their plasma down a few degrees. this would make my imaginary mirror show a reflection of the area under a problem light. what if you can see a well lit area in this mirror, light from a reading or task light? how can you add a reading light, should a spotlight be used ? 12v or 220v, recessed or eyeball ? have you one light you live with but turn off for serious viewing. i think as trial and error wass probably the solution for most, gathering the results in a discussion might help some people. my own point of interest is im thinking of adding one downlighter in the ceiling to illuminate a seat which is used for reading and i am hoping it wont be a wasted install.