Hi - One slightly different aspect of my current bathroom reno is my plan/hope to "stealth" an LCD tv behind a (1-way) mirror. The idea is, when there is no backlight (i.e. the TV is off), the mirror would be just another mirror. However, when the TV is on, the image would show through the glass. Anyone have experience with the various types of glass that could be used for this? The local vendors here in Vancouver seem all over the place in opinion, and knowledge. I am currently considering "60% dark mirror glass", which based on my impromptu test of holding my cell phone up behind it, seems to show through reasonably well. Really would like a "glass expert's" opinion on this, if there is one floating around these forums. (Also, suggestions on mounting all of this - right now, I figure I'd get an oversized VESA wall-mount, then try to add extra bolts around the edge of the (TV) mounting plate, and connect the mirror to the mount, which of course is also supporting the TV. I definitely don't thing somehow attaching the mirror to the TV bezel would be a good idea...). Thnx.!