OK guys . I'm basically one of those guys who loves the specs of the CRT projector, but if I can't have that (due to general physical barriers), then the next closest thing for a Home Cinema projector (gaming/DVDs) is gonna have to be a DLP. Now, my intentions is to get a 800x600 SVGA one. HD isn't my thing at the moment, the rubbish encoding methods and some of the half-arsed releases don't blow my skirt up either. Although upconversion is going to take place (from 720x480/576). My friend says it is good none-the-less. However, I want to make the most of it by involving the following processes: 1) Powerstrip compatibility (1:1 scaling so I can maintain the resolution of my source, within the 800x600 resolution). 2) Attachable anamorphic lens (would be willing to buy it seperately - even if it is mighty expensive). 3) Component RGB sockets (the only reasonably cheap way to have a progressive PS2 - using Blaze CD). 4) Possible 72/75HZ playback (if any digital PJ will do it properly, and not falsely), but I could live with the minimum of 50/60HZ. 5) Input for my main source: the PC. I'll use WinDVD to play DVDs and I'll hook up those 7.1 speakers (the cheapo ones from Creative or something) too. Everything will go through the Windows PC, except the PS2 (I want to use the same set of speakers for it, too). My only problem is finding the projector that will do those things. Hell it's getting harder to even find dedicated HC PJs that are 800x600, let alone with those requirements. That's kind of it, but I'll probably add more stuff soon as the time comes along. It was just so you get a rough idea of what I'm after . Thank you!