Hi, I'm doing the home theater thing for the first time in my family/living room. Since this is not a dedicated home theater room I'm trying to keep things as tidy looking as possible. I'm considering buying, or having an enclosed cabinet rack with front glass doors made to house all the source/amplification gear. I've seen these a lot in the spiffy home theater mags but my concern is this: What about overheating eqipment? I'll be receiving the Pioneer VSX 49TX receiver, which is a beast that can run pretty warm (I'm told). I'm concerned about how to go about ensuring it has adequate ventilation. Can some of you experienced folk advise me on how to end up with a set-up that will work properly? BTW, these look like pretty cool rotating racks - although not enclosed: http://www.avrack.com/main/main.html Thanks, Rich H.