I’m looking at the fisability of projecting some of the upcoming World Cup games in the garden. Having never looked into projectors/screens etc. before I’d appreciate some (fairly entry level!) assistance so I have some level of confidence I’m heading in the right direction! Garden: it’s a courtyard for a townhouse so it’s small but shady. There is a two storey wall opposite the house so my plan was to hang a pj screen from that wall and project from the house, either from the ground floor or first floor, whichever works better. The distance between house and wall is approximately 5 meters. So my initial thoughts are being outside is the glare/light a losing battle? The screen will be fixed to wall so there is no backlight which I assume is a good thing. The screen won’t be in direct sunlight, but if it’s a bright day would this still be an problem? I’m recalling days of my youth trying to watch tele in the garden and it being a complete non-starter! Projector: this is where I show my ignorance! All my viewing inside is from my HD Sky Q box. I’ve got boxes in various rooms so getting the source to a projector shouldn’t be an issue. I assume you feed the pj via an HDMI input the same way you would a TV. Can you recommend a make/model that would be suitable for my needs? As this is a temporary set up I’m happy to rent/borrow/buy 2nd hand but need to know what I’m looking for first. Screen: again, these seem to vary a LOT! Same applies in that it’s a temporary set up so prefer not to spend loads unless I can get something perfectly suitable for a decent price. I can fix directly to a wall so something that can hang from fixings would be ideal. I’d want the screen as big as possible bearing in mind the projector is no more than 5 meters away and the viewing distance will be less than this. Sound: is this output from the projector or from the source (Sky Box)? I’ve a decent Bluetooth speaker/standard Sonos set-up/Bluetooth soundbar etc. so assume these would do the trick. Budget: as this is a temporary set up I don’t want to break the bank. But as always I’d rather pay a bit more and have something that works rather than get some cheap Chinese stuff off eBay and find it unusable. If I could do everything for no more than £200 that would be good. As I say, happy to hire/buy second hand and don’t need the best stuff out there, just something that will do the job well. Would consider buying new to sell on second hand later if that’s the way to do it. Appreciate any comments/help.