A rack is a story in itself! First, can I recommend a Blu-ray without bars? Bikini Destinations! Your girlfriend thinks your crazy now? Wait till you tell her it's the only Blu-ray you have that has no bars!
Seriously, I have thought about getting a rack. Then I did some measurements and discovered I could keep the same cabinetry with the 60" Elite. And it still comes in handy to hide all the DVDs, Blu-rays, CDs, VHSs and Laserdiscs and still has room for lots of accessories. Those CWD cabinets were designed for electronics. Another words, nice large vents for heat to escape and lots of room for wires to go in and out. Unfortunately, (as far as I know) they stopped making furniture for home theater equipment. The two cabinets on the outer edges have six drawers each. And the center cabinet that holds the screen (is very strong) and has two doors with shelves with lots of vertical space...good for holding records and Laserdisc. Plus I think it has a grand look to it. Not only that, you would not believe the money dumped into it!
If I were to look at a rack, I was thinking I could do that once I get a screen that's so wide, that I would not be able to put all my electronics around it. I'm sure I'd also have to buy new cabinets for the new look that would hold all the video software.