I've owned two projectors, both DLP PJ's, since movie watching has been a big priority. I'm now about to buy a new PJ, and it seems like the DLP technology is starting to disappear more and more from the marked. I don't want to downgrade, but I can't afford any of the D-ILA PJ's, and I'm also a little skeptical toward LCD and SXRD PJ's because of their relatively low ansi contrast ratings and dust problems. BenQ is also out of the picture because of my problems with the PE8720 (not PQ related), so is the Infocus DLP's because of the high fan noise and high price. Her are some info about my usage: - I have a dedicated HT room with dark walls and ceiling. - Colour accuracy out of the box is important, since I don't have the opportunity to have it professionally calibrated. - Will be used for 40% Blu-ray's, 30% DVD's and 30% games. - I'll probably use it for several hours every day, so a long bulb life is a big plus. - Throw distance will be about 3.8 meters and screen size is 92". With this info in mind, what are my options? For now, the Mitsu HC6500, the Panny 3000 and the Sony HW10 are the only alternatives I'm considering. But will buying one of these PJ's result in disappointment compared to the excellent PQ quality of the PE8720, or will I be surprised how far these technologies have come the last few years? Sorry for the long post. Any advice and thoughts are much appreciated. Thanks.