I have a Samsung 42" similar to this one: http://www.hotchickshotpicks.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/samsung-42-inch-tv.jpg except that of course mine doesn't show sports. I've mounted it on a wall support but the TV does not seem stable. I can grab it and wobble it. The wall support is not the problem; it is solid as a rock, the weak point seems to be the mount points in the TV itself. The wall support connnectors go right up to the plastic backing of the TV and screw firmly into the metal superstructure inside the TV. But when I go to tilt the TV the whyole plasic back bends as if the TV's going to pull right off. I don't understand how the TV can be connected to the metal superstructure and yet still wobble. The only thing I can think of is that the TV superstructure itself is actually solid as a rock, but that the plastic shell of the TV (including the sides where I grab it) is overly flexible. If it were possible, I'd simply tilt the TV by grabbing the wall supports. That would work perfectly except that they are well-behind the TV, almost unreachable. Should my TV not be solid? Advice?