Hi, I'm thinking about buying a BenQ W100 projector and Sapphire screen (SEWS200RWSF-A) for watching movies and sky sports etc. I'm only interested in SD right now as I'm not keen to up my SKY subscription and don't have any HD DVDs (or player) yet. Our lounge has a 9 foot high ceiling with a large light fitting that hangs down from the middle. It's about 17 foot by 16 foot and I'm keen to have the projector wall or ceiling mounted (ie not on a table in the middle or the room). So, I have a couple of questions that I'd really appreciate some help with... * My budget is about £700 so I don't want to pay more for a special screen with a large top border - therefore, would I need to mount the 200mm wide sapphire screen on the wall rather than the ceiling for a confortable viewing position? * The benq w100 does have some vertical keystone correction, so does anyone know if it would be capable of being ceiling mounted and project cleanly onto the wall mounted screen? I guess the drop from the projector to the top of the screen would be about 2 feet or so. * This all assumes that my light fitting that hangs down from the centre of the room isn't going to cause me a problem. I'm guessing it is, so does anyone know of a (budget) ceiling mount that can be lowered and raised when not used? This would also solve the vertical alignment issue. * Also, (sorry slightly off topic), but could anyone say whether or not I'd get a reasonably good picture with an S-video cable from by Sky+ (SD) box to the SD projector? The Sky+ box doesn't have component YPrPb output so the only alternative would be RGB over scart but I don't think the projector supports component RGB. Thanks!