I need some advice from anyone who has experienced a similar problem. I have a 5 month old JVC XV-S45GD DVD player that recently began "freezing up" about 1/2 way through a movie. I contacted JVC tech support and they informed me that I may have "read a bad disk" and e-mailed me the reset sequence for my player. This solved the problem for about 3 days. I proceeded to bring the unit in for service and JVC repaired a "loose solder joint". This, also, did not solve the problem. After doing some additional research, I came to the conclusion that the player was overheating. It seems that the position the unit occupied in the wall unit (above the Digital Cable Receiver which runs v-e-r-y warm) was causing the player to overheat. I moved the DVD player underneath the Cable Receiver thinking that this may solve my problem, but it did not. I know that it is not recommended to keep equipment in a wall unit but I have no choice (WAF). What is the best way to add air flow around these units? The front is open, but the rear is enclosed. Should I open up the back or add an exhaust fan. Right now the DVD player is sitting on top of my right front speaker and I'm not happy. Thanks.