OK I'm very into my images. So much so that if I see anything mucking about with the picture it gets in the way of me enjoying the viewing experience. Problem: I want to get rid of the percievable interlace and 3:2 pulldown artifacts of my fairly lowly set-up ( Panasonic TX32PK1) ( aversion to 100Hz pervents larger set) So I'm looking at a prog scan source ie: HTPC feeding a progscan display ie: projector. However the Barco 800 gracing my living room ( hiding under a table) has met with such wife generated antipathy I'm selling it on. If I thought I could live with an LCD projector I'd have one. Likewise DLP. Likewise plasma ( yuck! scratch that last one) At the end of the day I sort of resent paying around 5grand for theoretically a DLP/LCD job that gives less performance than a 3grand refurbished CRT ( or sub 1grande barco800 for that matter). Apart from that I strongly suspect the less than pristine intensity and colour response from the newer technologies would seriously annoy me.( I won't even start on gamma and colour temperature). At the end of the day I'm prepared to accept that whatever solution will appear softer and clipped in comparrison to 35mm film by nature of its video res roots... and thats it... no more compromise. So suggestions.... At the moment I am even considering a Princeton or barco hi-res 16x9 monitor fed by HTPC as long as its a tad larger than 32"