I've just read the latest HCC mag, an its article about their new HomeCinema installation. My question is about the decisions behind the choice of screen that is suitable for certain types of projectors. They state that the correct center speaker position is behind the screen, which I'm not doubting (even though I've seen many of the featured Home Installations done by professional companies even in this mag below the screen), which means an Acoustically Transparent Micro Perf screen should be used, but this rules out DLP as the perfs would cause a moiré effect. Does this problem apply to the newer TI HD-1 projectors, with their higher resolution? If this is the case does it mean a correctly positioned Center speaker can only be used with a CRT projector? When I (eventually) plumb for a projector, this creates two problems for me as I'll be integrating it into my living room: 1) The missus will only allow a nice and small DLP box to be hung from the ceiling, to be fair a CRT would be impractical. 2) My screen will be dropping down slightly infront of current tv, that has a decent sized B&W LCR6 center ontop of it, this means its positioning can only be behind the screen. Can anyone who has experience of this sort of arrangement give any extra info on what was said in the HCC mag? I was anticipating a 7ft screen from about 12f away, using a DLP pj (may be HD-1 or even HD-2). Thanks. n.