In my spare time, aka the time I should be studying for methods tests or writing theory papers, I play video games. I have always been a Call of Duty Modern Warfare series PS3 gamer until Battlefield 3 came out. I preordered both BF3 and Modern Warfare 3. I played BF2 on the PC when I was younger as well. I have played MW3 about 2, maybe 3 times online. I Play BF3 almost exclusively. While playing I either play with my surround sound, or most of the time I have a headset on. I play with a Turtle Beach PX5 wireless gaming headset. This thing is bad to the bone. It dual pairs with 2 bluetooth devices simultaneously. So my PS3 for voice chat and my iPhone for text, call, email notifications, as well as music streaming (iPod, pandora, what have you). In addition to all this this headset has 50mm drivers and Dolby Digital 7.1 surround transmitted over the 2.4ghz rf freq from it's own rf transmitter. So when I game I am suffering from severe auditory exclusion from the REAL world. Being that I live in a rough part of town, I am ALWAYS armed at the house. How do I do this while playing video games with my back to the door and without being able to hear anything going on around me? I use a MIC holster attached to my gaming chair and try to utilize the gloss reflective surfaces surrounding the TV and comprising the whole front face of my A/V receiver as a mirror. I leave the light on in the room/hallway behind me so that should anything move into the light or across the light I would see it's reflection on the gloss surface where it would block the light. I figure only Glock Forum members would appreciate this ingenuity.