I had recently did a quick install of my 'bedroom' home theater (20" LCD, glass shelves underneath it for the equipment, 5.1 speakers). The speakers were wall mounted at about 5' high. The speaker wire was just run from the receiver at the front, down to the floor, then under the wall (where the wall meets the carpet), and back up to each speaker. So the wiring from the carpet straight up to each of the satellites is basically in plain sight (ugly copper orange!). So basically I want to get that exposed speaker wire INSIDE the wall. One way I thought about doing it: Drill a hole behind the speaker, then get some fishing line, tie a small weight to it, drop it into that freshly drilled hole, drop it down the inside of the wall, fish out that weight at the bottom of the wall, pull it through the front where the carpet is, tie the speaker wire to it, shove it back into the wall, then pull up the fishing wire + speaker wire up the inside of the wall, and back out the hole that was drilled behind the speaker. Does that sound doable? Taking a dremel and cutting straight down the wall, then filling it back up and painting the wall is NOT an option. Any advise is greatly appreciated by this newbie! Thanks.