The superbowl is come and gone, but that doesn't mean I can't explain to you what I did for that glorious night. And while my Minnesota predilections have me feeling displeased at the Packer's resulting victory, I'm pretty happy with the television I mounted on my wall for watching the game (and as a man, I thought it would be appropriate to brag a bit about it).
After securing an awesome, huge PLasma tv on Woot.com, I decided to get a TV Wall Mounts so that I could put it up for the big game. Frankly, it was the best decision I could have made. The TV is in my living room, across from the sofa, and not only is its size impressive, the massive appendage protruding from the wall is wonderfully excessive and amazingly pleasant to watch football upon.
Before the game, though, I booted up the XBOX. The TV was attached to an awesome HDMI Switch which allowed me to have both my video games and my Blue Ray player connected to the tv without having to worry about much. No messy wires, made for a tidy switching between feeling terrible that the Packers were marching on toward victory and a relieving game of Madden (where the Packers were not fairing so well) on the XBOX.
All of this was connected to my new surround sound system. This thing is huge. Although I have no real comparison, since I've never really owned a surround sound system before. Alas, I had beautiful high def sound matched to gold speaker wire. Frankly, it was the best sound my meager budget could buy. If you are hosting a superbowl party next year (or some other sporting event in between), I highly recommend doing what we did.