Hi all, I have the use of a Sanyo PLC-SU10B, also known as a Sanyo Multimedia proX-III. I am projecting onto a 9 foot wide screen (made from a bedsheet!). I am thoroughly happy with the picture (no complaints at all, it is huge and stunning). I don't know any of the specs of the projector (i have searched the web) other than it is SVGA, 4:3 (although I activate the Widescreen mode). I'm now looking at buying my own projector and wondered if anyone knows how something like the Sony HS1 or similar compares. My only requirements are a) that the image is at least as good as the Sanyo. b) it is not too noisy (the Sanyo makes quite a racket, although you soon forget about it) c) That's it. My problem is that I don't really know the Sanyo's specs so I don't know how to compare with the current market. I must stress that with the sanyo, I see no screen-door, hot spots, anything bad at all. I love it, but I'm sure that when I buy a newer similarly priced pj (£2000 ish) it will be better again. Oh yes, throw distance will be a factor too, as I love the 9ft wide image and want to keep it that way. I currently have the Sanyo 18 ft from the screen and use about half of the zoom function to fill the screen. In case you are wondering why I want to but my own PJ it is because I can't be bothered to keep lugging it to and from work and setting the image up square each time, plus I have the impression that a 1999 £2500 PJ can prob easily be bettered by a £2000 2001 PJ?!