As part of my remodel and move to a new theater room, I am having a professional cabinet builder construct a new theater cabinet for me. I'm wondering if anyone has any words of wisdom for me in regards to the cabinet design, such as do's and dont's, or regrets when building their own. I have quite a few pieces (about 13) that need to be accomodated, though many can be behind doors since they're very rarely used: Onkyo receiver HD cable box Tivo with standard cable box DVD player Audio Authority signal switchbox (can be hidden) DirecTV box Sony 400 CD changer VHS VCR 8MM VCR SVHS VCR JVC cassette deck JVC cassette deck Old technics record player I have 2 tower front speakers, a center, a sub for the front. Should the speakers be put inside the cabinet with fabric grilles in front, or do most people tend to leave the speakers outside of the cabinet? I want to be sure that there are adequate cable pathways for everything, and more importantly, room to move components around in their areas for easy hookup, as well as plenty of power outlets. Any ideas? Other thoughts: glass doors or regular? How have tv size issues been tackled (i.e. what if the next set is larger or smaller than the current one? - how do you build for future adjustment?) Any ideas would really really be appreciated. Thanks for the help.