So I got my wood photo frame in from the custom framing shop this past week, and finally wallmounted that $250 Fujitsu stylistic 3400 that I'm going to use as a wifi remote control around the house with my HA/HT package. It's a P3-400 [i.e., I can run the client software natively - No RDP! No instability! No performance issues!] If you want to see what i'm controlling, check my personal website in my sig. Here's the story: Picture 1: Here's most of the parts; photo frame sawed in half, Fujitsu, sitting on a 1/8" x24"x24" handypanel (basically MDF) from HomeDepot. Only thiing not shown is the foam, velcro, and black permanent magic marker I decided to use at the end to make it a little better. Picture 2: Here's the thickness of the photo frame. I had to get the deepest frame they had at the frame shop in order to fit the 3400. Good thing I got that extra room - I needed it at the end. Keep reading for why. Picture 3: Here's the thickness of the handypanel. It's 1/8", pretty dang thing. I cut the handypanel to the size of the bottom half of the photo frame, and nailed it to the back of the frame. Picture 4: Here's what it looked like after it was cut & nailed to the frame: Picture 5: Mounted the handypanel to the wall using screws. Picture 6: I was initially planning on leaving it like this. [getting an electrician in to punch a hole in the wall & put an A/C outlet in the closet directly behind this wall] Doesn't look bad; you can pull that A/C cord out and walk around with the tablet. Alas, wife didn't like the half-frame look. Hence, Picture 7: I put some foam behind the tablet to get it stiff/up against the front part of the frame [remember it was too deep] Picture 8: Put the top half of the frame there. Used industrial velcro where I cut it, and also to attach to the wall on top so it doesn't fall off. Had to cut out a section on the right side so that wifi card could fit, no biggie. Yes, I know the screen has fingerprints. It's a touchscreen damnit, we've been touching it! Only thing left is running that A/C cord through the wall to the closet behind it, and all will be invisible. Et voila! A $250+$50 photo frame + $10 parts, $310 wifi tablet remote control for your HTPC!