Thought I would share what I've done. I had a crappy walmart TV stand that was way too tall and way to narrow that we were using temporarily with our old 47" Samsung. I bought the Vizio and had it on that stand for a while, which completely blocked my in-wall center channel:
I found this entertainment center which matches the color of our fireplace, cabinets, hardwood, and other stuff in our house, sits low enough to clear the bottom of the TV when mounted BELOW the center channel, and the perfect width of the TV: http://www.wayfair.com/Wildon-Home-%AE-Mali-62-TV-Stand-XIMBQ73-RZF1042.html
I used this in wall power/low voltage cabling solution: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PB7UVA/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i03
And this tv mount: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0008GP880/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00
I still have some cable management to do, but overall I couldn't be more happy. The entertainment center was sooo easy to put together and all of my components fit perfectly. All of the shelves in the closed cabinets have several large slits in them for ventilation.
My TV is off-center, but on purpose. I wired in the speakers before our house was drywalled and centered them on the wall. The problem is the opposite wall has a large window bay where the couch has to be centered, and that is further to the right than the center of the TV wall. We have a wrap-around couch so most people end up sitting way over on the right side also, so I have to off-center the TV to accommodate. Not ideal, but it just works better and I think the speakers blend well enough into the wall that its not super noticeable unless you're really looking for it. Now for some paint and decorations.....
Sorry for the poor quality photos.Edited by Turick - 1/25/13 at 9:18am