So now that my tv is (was) in peachy kean shape, finally got the urge to put it up on the wall. I'd had it on a foot high table (with some 2x4s under the legs to add another 4 or 5 inches of height), with the center speaker on the floor underneath the table. Having felt for quite some time that that was too low, a few weeks ago I moved the tv off the table, and stacked up a good number of reams of paper (5 high x 3 wide), and put the tv on top of that. And that seemed about right.
I got a center speaker stand, a monoprice tilting wall mount and a sanus cable management system to tuck all the relevant cables behind the wall and got to it yesterday. Put it all together (with only one logistical goof up - had the cables coming out above the mount rather than under - so went back and moved that, as for one thing I would have had to buy longer cabling), took off the tv stand and up went the ZT60 onto the wall.
Got a good number of smears on the screen, so wiped them all off. And as I was wiping the bottom near where the tv stand used to be, there be micro-cracks. Somewhere along the line something or other happened to stress that area. (Could have been yesterday, could have been when I stacked it on top of all that paper, or even when I replaced the SC board, those are the most likely. It's even possible it happened even earlier, but if so I never noticed it.) Anyway, Dang It!
At least they can't be seen from where I sit 10 feet or so away, but so much for everything being more or less peachy keen.
Looks really great up there all by itself. And the center speaker has finally been rescued from the floor as well (time for another Audyssey calibration session). And time to patch that extra hole in the wall (hope I can get to it without taking the tv down).