My girlfriend bought a new 32" Sony LCD TV and I bought her a Peerless tilt mount. I went over to install it tonight. I took my trusty stud finder and didn't find ANY studs along the entire wall. The house was built in 1960 and the wall felt pretty solid (knock test). There was already a hole in the wall where the coax cable ran out of the wall, so I pulled out the little cover and the wall seemed to be made of some kind of concrete material. I made a hole in the wall and there's about 2" of material before the hollow space. My friend thinks it might be cement board, but isn't that used mostly in bathrooms? And isn't 2" pretty darn thick? Either way, I'm at a loss. I was thinking maybe I can use toggle bolts since the TV isn't heavy - 25.1 lbs without the stand (according to Sony). The mount itself weighs about 8.8 lbs. I figured since the wall is so damn thick that toggle bolts will suffice. Thoughts?