This particular rant is not directly about projectors but as it is mostly people with projectors who will be creating home cinemas then this is an appropriate arena. The question is: Is it just me or does anyone else think that having Odeon style seats in a home cinema is totally naff? It seems to me that while we are all trying to recreate the audio-visual effects of the local flea-pit, (or perhaps more accurately the Empire Leicester Square), why would anyone want to replicate the discomfort of you average cinema seat. Unless a film is particularly absorbing, it is a constant struggle to find a comfortable position, legs crossed, straight out, slumped, bolt upright or any combination of the aforementioned. If you insist in cinema seats why not go the whole hog and make sure you have at least two rows so that you can sit in the back in order that your friends can come in late and have to walk in front of you. Next you could create a machine that makes random irritating noises at critical parts of the film, giggling, crunching crisp bags, coughing, mobile phones that kind of thing. A home cinema should combine the comforts of home with the sight and sound of the cinema. This of course could lead you to the ultimate couch potato device the ‘Lazee Boy' chair with built in fridge and phone point. Now that's really naff.