Having scanned the forums for everybody's advice on how to wall mount their plasmas I had a builder round last night. He also happens to be one of the guys that worked on my flat and a friend that I trust. So, I showed him the 42" Panansonic and the Unicol bracket and started to talk about about the methods that people had been suggesting on the forum (bearing in mind that my walls consist of plasterboard battoned to the original Victorian brickwork with a 2 inch airgap). He said that the simple solution was to use "fly-bolts" (I think that's the name, basically 15mm bolts with casing that snap outwards the otherside of the plasterboard to provide a firm grip - I'm sure you know what i'm talking about). I mentioned a post from the site where somebody had used this method and discovered the screen on the floor one morning along with half the wall. He said that was a weakness in the plasterboard not the fixings, noway it could happen here, the board is screwed to batons which are bolted to the walls. I was still nervous... He said that he has 2 radiators downstairs in his own flat weighing 60Kg each (without water) held by only 2 of these fly-bolts each. What's more, I could try to rip them off the wall if I wanted! He reckons 4 fly-bolts would be more than sufficient but he would use 8 for my piece of mind. "I am so convinced" he said, "that I would buy you another screen if it came down". Obviously if I could get this in writing I would be laughing! So... my question is.... anybody else using the fly-bolt method? Would people think I was crazy if I took the advice? If it came off the wall is my contents insurance likely to cover it (gonna call my insurer about this today to check...)?