Hi everyone, Iv'e been checking out a few projectors over the last 6 months to see if they are catching up with CRT, esp in the sold picture department i.e no pixel visability. I've looked at a few LCDs with SVGA res 800 x 600 and the pixels were always visable which is a big no no for me. I have checked out then Selco 200dm DLP and I thought it was very good with regards to pixel visability although you could still make them out if you looked for them. Any way my question is, after quoting a section from the 'DLP vs LCD' acticle from ProjectorCentral.com. - "Three developments have served to close the gap between DLP and LCD in the area of pixel visibility. First was the step up to XGA resolution (1,024x768). This higher resolution uses 64% more pixels to paint the image on the screen, as compared to an SVGA-resolution projector. The inter-pixel gaps are reduced in XGA resolution, so pixels are more dense and less visible. In XGA resolution, DLP projectors have an invisible pixel grid on any typical home theater screen no matter how big. LCD projectors with standard XGA panels still have a visible, but much reduced screendoor effect." Is it true that in XGA Resolution (1024 x 768 - I think) DLP projectors have an invisable pixel grid on any typical home theater screen no matter how big? I have not seen DLP at XGA so may be any Seleco 300, sharp 9000 DLP owners could comment. I would love to increase may screen size to say 9 or 10 foot esp now DLPs are pushing highr ANSI eg the new Sharp MX20 1900 ANSI. Any help would be most welcome! Cheers Paulh.