I've been thinking about the equiangular lines (or SIC-POVM) conjecture, and my conclusion is that the best means of attack would be through some kind of fixed point theorem -- I'm thinking specifically of geometric fixed point theorems, like Brouwer's. So my (rather vague) questions are:

1) is there some good survey article or classification for fixed point theorems?

2) are there fixed-point theorems which are related to actions of groups on geometric spaces?

3) has anybody tried this idea?

*Added:* In response to Joe's comment below, let me note that while the motivation is from quantum information theory, the equiangular lines conjecture is a purely classical geometry problem (see my comment below). The conjecture is really intriguing: numerical constructions of sets of equiangular lines have been found up to dimension 67, at which point the computer time required exceeded the patience of the investigators. However, only a handful of these numerical solutions have been shown to be rigorously correct by finding corresponding algebraic numbers. See this recent paper.