Hello all, I have a random question: Can I mount/use a regular DVD player vertically? (Transport tray would move left to right, disc would be vertical) (Or tray moving up/down would be OK too, if its somehow "better") Reason: My wife and I are expecting our first baby, and in preparing the nursery, my wife has decided that I must mount a TV in the room in anticipation of the late-night feeding/soothing of the child. As silly as this may sound, some friends of ours had a setup like this and she's keen for me outfit our room the same way. In particular, she wants a flat TV on a pivoting bracket so it can be pushed up against a wall when not in use. OK, fine, she's carrying my child, so she gets a TV in the nursery! Conveniently, the wife only insists that I provide her a DVD player, saving me the lease on another satellite box. In an effort to save space and minimize the wiring hassle, etc., I would like to mount the DVD to the back of the TV. I've seen brackets like this: Peerless ACC 931, ACC 932 - DVD/VCR Mount Bracket for Flat Panel Mounts that will let me mount the DVD player "normally" under the TV, but this negates the ability to "flatten" everything against the wall. I'd like to mount the player vertically behind the TV. I have all the tools I need to make any mounting brackets I might need, so getting the mount isn't the problem, I'm just worried about the effects of mounting the player in that orientation. I know "mobile" DVD players are advertised as being capable of "any angle" mounting, so I'm worried that regular home stuff might suffer. Now granted this won't be subject to the same shock environment as a car, so maybe I'll be OK? Even if its going to somehow shorten the life of the player, its not necessarily a deal breaker, since I have two currently-unused surplus players in my collection (the result of upgrades elsewhere). I'd like to use one of them if possible, but if this plan is a sure-fire way to kill a DVD player, I'm not so keen to waste an otherwise perfectly good machine in a doomed experiment. Anybody have any wisdom to offer on the subject? Oh, and in case it isn't obvious, I'm hoping not to buy one of the aforementioned "mobile" players just because I'm a cheap bastard and I don't want to lay out $100+ for this project. I have everything I need "in house" except the pivoting bracket.