I ordered a Panny AE500 last night to replace the AE100 I sold last week. I really wanted to get something a little better, ideally with HDMI (like the Sony HS20) but had to rule practically everything out as I needed a short throw (projecting a 92" screen from about 10 foot). I have all the mount and cables ready for an AE500. I've just become aware of the Epson TW500 from a post on here. Should I have gone for this instead? I can't find a calculator for it but the specs are... F-Number 2.1 - 4.3 Focal Length 21.4 - 31.7 mm Zoom Ratio 1 - 1.5 Screen Size 30 - 300" (0.87 - 9.11m) (Wide) Screen Size 30 - 300" (1.33 - 13.65m) (Tele) ...I'm sure lots of the above is irrelevant but does any of it mean I could I get a a 92" 16:9 image from about 10 foot? The Epson has a really good picture apparently and can be had for £2550 from here, but then that's double the cost of an AE500, and I don't have an HDMI device yet, but would just like a bit of future proofing. Someone please reassure me I did the right thing going for the Panny.