If this is for asthetic reasons remember that you can mount the 622 almost anywhere since it has UHF remotes. I just put the one for my plasma on a shelf in the basement ceiling and ran the wires inside the wall down to it. The only drawback is that the remote they supply for TV1 is an IR only remote but you can buy a UHFPro on Ebay for $25 and then have UHF for TV1 & 2. I guess the only other real drawback to mounting it out of sight is if you want to switch between single and dual mode often, but I don't so this setup is perfect for me - everyone who's seen it in person says it's the only flat-panel they've seen in an actual home that didn't have some kind of cabinet or shelfs with junk on them underneath it.
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