My wife won't let me get a new TV unless I figure out where the components are going to go. She doesn't want a rack next to the TV (too cluttered, she says), and the Toshiba model I want doesn't come with a shelf underneath. The guy at the store said I could put some stuff on top of the TV (it looked solid enough) and mentioned Crutchfield sold a shelf unit that would give me more room on top. Has anybody heard of this? (I couldn't find it on their site.) What do you think about this? I would need to put the center speaker, DVD, receiver, and DTV box up there. I've read some threads from people concerned about too much weight on top of their RPTV. Just eyeballing the dimensions it looks like it might work. I saw something in the instruction manual about making the TV act as the center speaker only - does this work okay? Does that mean you have to route everything through the reciever first? My wife doesn't want to have to turn the receiver on to just watch TV. Thanks for any input you can give me.