I am about to move house and am getting a Toshiba 42hw36. The tv will go in the corner of the room and there is no room either side for my dvd player, digibox, PS2, VCR etc as there is a fireplace on one side and patio doors on the other. I can get a stand for the tv but it will not provide enough storage. I guess this is a common problem for anyone that owns a rear-projection tv, so what solutions have you put in place? One route that I am starting to explore is the use of a transmitter device. I could put my hardware on the other side of the room giving the tv an uncluttered minimalist look and then use one of these wireless devices to transmit the audio and picture signal to a receiver behind or underneath the telly. I know that these evices are usually used to relay reception of SKY TV to an upstairs TV but has anyone used it for routing in the lounge? Is there any loss of integrity in the picture or sound? Do the devices transmit in digital? I intend to rig up all of my kit via an Onkyo cinema amplifier/receiver. Should I plug the outputs of that into the wireless device? Are there any issues I need to consider in this general approach? Many thanks for your time!