Colnago you can always take a page from us pc enthusiasts and build a large tank and fill it with mineral oil and stick your tv into that. The oil will keep all the components cool without risk of a short as oil doesnt conduct electricity. Add a pump and cooling system for the oil and youll really be in low operating temperature territory. It might effect the picture though so i suggest pressing the tv as close to the glass of the tank so its flush, thats why panasonic went with this non protruding bezel design, for this very scenario. The two "fans" in the back are actually mini oil circulators.
"Us PC enthusiasts"? I'm all about the mods, and fans...I guess that's why the "Fan issue" was a "non-issue" for me. Here is my BF2 rig, and A/C mod (box w/keyboard on top is my forum's BF2 server ):
If the "fan issue" did become one for me however, I would have gone this route, and cut out the fan vent holes on my ZT, to eliminate and turbulance caused by the cover:
Edited by colnago - 2/14/14 at 11:30am