Hello!! Basically I want a projector and looking to spend as 'little' over £1000 as possible. I want to go DLP, I've read in various places and DLP sounds ideal for many reasons, hoping not to get the rainbow effect I keep reading about, what I've read always comes to the same conclusion, they aren't as bad as they use to be. It will be used as a home cinema but I also like the idea of getting a perfect resolution match to my pc which is running in XGA. I was looking at the new Toshiba MT200 but looking at others, the Optoma EP739 has more brightness (2000ansi compared to 750ansi), similer contrast (2000:1 compared to 2500:1) it's quieter! the bulb life is up to 5000 hours compared to 3000 hours and most of all, the Optoma EP739 has a native XGA output. The Toshiba MT200 is a 16:9 ratio projector whereas the Optoma EP739 is a normal 4:3 ratio projector. The question. I've seen people mention that for movie watching, 16:9 WVGA is the ideal, why???? What I'm looking at has the ability to produce a far clearer display and can also project a 16:9 ratio image. What is the downsides? the price? loss of data when the 4:3 changes to 16:9? Anyone have experience with the Optoma EP739? Thanks for any advice and putting up with my rambling.