This was a post I had on another thread about stands:
I had the same problem last year when I bought my 60" GWII.
I didn't like any of the stands I could find and I really wanted to be able to hold more components under the TV, along with my center speaker. I also wanted it to be around 15" high so that when I'm on my couch, I'm at a good viewing angle. I really didn't want to settle for just the speaker under the TV and having to buy an ugly tower rack for my components.
I ended up building my own stand with wire racks. It started out being a temporary solution, but once I had it built, it seemed to work so well, that I have not yet replaced it.
It was extremely easy and cheap. I bought two 24X60" inch black wire shelves and four black posts. I simply figured out how high I wanted/needed and cut the posts to size.
I also ended up buying a couple pieces of 1/4 inch birch plywood and stained it with a walnut color for shelve tops.
I bought the shelves (part no. 205-BS2460) and posts (part no. 205-BP36) from www.buyrack.com.
I happen to live in Chicago and they have a location nearby, so I simply went and picked them up. I believe they also deliver though. Total cost less than $100.
It's big enough to hold a receiver, dvd player, hd dtv box, vcr, cd changer and my center speaker.
Here is a pic: