Hi all, I demo'd the benq 2700 and the Epson 9400 recently. I've not owned a projector before so this will be my first projector. Thoroughly impressed by both. Saw the image of the 2700 first, then the 9400. I would need the 9400w as I need a white projector. ( It's a family room with a white ceiling and light pastel green walls.) Unfortunately for me that means if I choose the 9400, I've got to pay a premium. Roughly £3-400? The wireless bit doesn't help me as I've already run an optical cable when refurbishing the house. Plus a trigger cable and cat 6 cables too. So a lot more to pay for a white case rahter than a black one. Despite this, I'm leaning towards purchasing the 9400w. Mainly due to the difference in the noise. The picture quality/image of the 9400 was better but wasn't twice as good, in my opinion anyway. Plus my eye is not as well trained or tuned as yours. Also, the noise of the 2700 would annoy me. Especially as I'd be say directly below the projector. I need some opinions on weather it's worth me getting the 9400w as my source would be sky Q and the LG C8 (for prime). I watch mostly movies and sport. I have Netflix so could use skyq for that. Not sure if it's possible to watch Netflix or prime on the projector with the C8 as my source? I don't have a blue ray player and don't intend on buying one as I've got no intention of buying discs. I could buy one though if it can improve the video processing or if it somehow allows me to watch prime on the projector rather than on the c8. Even if it means buying a used modified oppo. Not sure if this is possible though? Fyi, my processor is an Anthem 720. What are you thoughts? Is it worth paying the extra for the lower noise levels? Can I use skyq but somehow improve the source? Even if means buying additional equipment to make this happen. (Not intending to buy discs though.) Mods, lets me know if this isn't the best place for this thread or feel free to move it to where you think it's best suited. Thanks in advance and looking forward to hearing your opinions.