I finally got around to mounting the soundbar, figured it was going to be a pain and it was easy enough to leave the bar laying on the table in front of the TV. I open up the box, and fairly quickly I can see that this is another thing from Sonos that is well thought through. First, they provide a template that is exactly the same size as the soundbar with markings for all of the possible center locations you might want to use. All you have to do is tape it up, stand back, measure if you want to be that accurate and punch the locator holes with a screwdriver. Second, you see four sets of slots for each of the four locations for the screws. This is because if you want to really mount this to the studs, you may not have an even spacing between the studs from where you are locating this in the room. Third, and this I think is just what you get with high quality stuff, the back of the wall mount has sponge rubber on it, so it wont mar the wall and will minimize the vibrations/sound artifacts you might get from the speaker vibration.