It may be controversial and has been debated many times before but that does not negate the need to rear this again, especially for those like me who are relatively new to these forums. I have read many posts about the Pros & Cons of both LCD & DLP and in general the arguments for either tend to have centered around the quality of darks on DLP vs the Lumens of LCD vs the effect of Rainbow on DLP vs the notorious Screen door of LCD. I am not here to weigh out the finer points of each, however it does occur to me that the notoriety of the Rainbow has put many off DLP as an option and I suspect there are many who dont even demo DLP because of the notoriety alone. If my understanding is correct, the Rainbow is persistent; the separation of colour is by design and our susceptibility to it or not is purely based on how our brains maintain persistence of vision such that we are either fooled or not into seeing the separation at all. With the introduction of chip improvements, faster colour wheels and the concept of SCR, it appears that the separation of colour is becoming less noticeable simply due to speed i.e. our brains are more easily fooled and evolution has to adapt to get the upper hand (not that we would necessarily want an evolutionary step in this direction). What strikes me as important and here is my point, is just how susceptible are we to LCD screen door? The debate often seems bias to me as many suggest that they were put off DLP by Rainbow or steer away because it may be an issue, yet I have read hundreds of posts from people who complain of screen door. This suggests to me that there is no more of an image issue with DLP as there is with LCD. The debate should be turned on its head . There are people who dont see Rainbow, and many who do see Screen door. Are we therefore not more susceptible to Screen Door than Rainbow, being as it is we may be less likely to be fooled by light dispersion through the pixels of LCD than more likely to be fooled by colour separation? I am not entirely in either camp, as I am not yet a PJ owner. I may however be bias myself as I am trying to convince myself to buy a DLP PJ; I wont hide that. I may however be dissuaded from going down this route if a convincing argument can be put forward for LCD in the sub £1500 budget, where the general consensus may be that a particular PJ can beat the DLP in Darks and will not give me eye strain by trying to see beyond Screen Door and Dead Pixels. I look forward to your expert views.