Originally Posted by Rieper
You have your PS3 set up exactly on the side of the TV like me.
It looks beautiful with just the slit showing on the side of the TV like that.
I go even further and put the PS3 entirely behind the TV. Here's my setup (you'll have to excuse the crappy iSight camera from my Macbook Pro):
TV: Sony KDS-50A2000
Receiver: Sony STRDG-1000
DVD-A: Pioneer DV588S
Speakers: Ascend CBM170x3, Ascend HTM200x4, Hsu VTF2
That's an HTPC on the bottom right, which is almost noiseless even when playing Portal @ 1080p. The PS3 is behind the left side (about where the little pause sign is), and my PS2/PS3/PC games are in a small container on the bottom left. The item to the right is my wireless mouse/keyboard receiver and charger, and behind it is an external dual-HDD FW800 enclosure. That's where I have a certain 6-movie set in 1080p
Yeah, I'm running out of space. For now, I keep all my discs separate but alphabetical. Blu-ray is above the shelves and the first two boxes of the top shelf. DVD is everything else to the last box on the bottom, which is my collection of SACD and DVD-Audio, including all 3 LOTR Complete Recordings in 5.1 DVD-A @ 24-bit/48khz.
In case you're wondering about some of those DVD spines, I've got quite a few custom covers that I've found over the years. For instance, that really is the 2nd Death Star made from the spines of all my Star Wars DVDs (middle of 2nd shelf from the bottom), and my LOTR:EE all use Ric Easton's
custom Alan Lee hardcover versions (which he has sadly retired).