As above, I have recently taken delivery of my SIM2 Domino 30H Here are my thoughts - Firstly, to make you aware, I am currently driving the image with a Denon 2900 DVD deck connected with the AVforums power buy Mark Grant component cable. Ok, upon taking the projector out of the box, I became very aware of the sheer class and build quality of this machine. Quite frankly out of all of the projectors I have owned, the 30H is streets ahead in both overall quality and feel as well as looks and the Sony HS50 was no slouch. The highly polished jet-black finish is both minimal and classic, something I love. I am very aware that fellow SIM2 owners will be surfing here and they will be very aware of how good the SIM2 range is. However, potential upgraders note that when in position, the machine clearly looks and feels like the £5k machine it was/is marketed as. Nice. I do need to stop asking girls back to my place to 'see my PJ' though All of the usual connections are available, including composite, s-video, computer RGB, VGA, component and notably HDMI with sound there is an optical out to feed multi-channel sound to your amp if required. Note that the vertical lens shift is a great bonus when setting up the image - if required. Onto the performance and in a word, WOW The progressive component driven image is fantastic and the quoted contrast ratio is perfectly adequate to my eyes. Having ran AVIA just the other day I was surprised to find that the image was incredibly close to Guys recommended settings, which for me, is a first for a machine straight out of the box. Surely, this proves that the folks at SIM2 do actually look at and tweak the machines individually before boxing them up, unlike some of the bigger Japanese players/companies we could mention (box shifters??) The black level is superb and the on screen colours are life like, well saturated and the level of detail on show is superb - which does relate the 720 status. My current favourite test desk is The Football Factory due to the close up work. Fantastic. I am currently projecting onto a six-foot screen from about 10 feet away, which is not ideal, as the throw is not being utilised correctly - so the image does not fill the screen totally. However, I am moving next week and I am putting my AV gear into a larger room so the long throw of the 30H will be ideal for me. In fact, I may upgrade to either a seven or an eight-foot screen, dependant on how it feels when sat down. Overall, I am over the moon with my product, which is leaps and bounds ahead of the budget machines that I had previously owned. However, they were all good projectors and I decided to buy this as I found myself in the lucky position of having some disposable income that I could use for the 30H. My decision to buy the SIM2 30H was aided by three things. 1. The overall glowing reviews that the SIM2 range consistently get. Sure, sometimes they have been described as over-priced, but like anything in life, you pay for what you get. The Sony HS50 cannot even begin to hold a candle to this machine. 2. Jeff at Horsham HI-FI. Forum name is RTFM. I started tentative discussion via email and telephone with Jeff about three weeks ago. Jeff was always able answer my questions and advise me on what was the right purchase for me. Without over egging the pudding, I can safely say that Horsham Hi-fi and Jeff are a credit to SIM2 and the AV retail industry overall. I shall never look for another PJ dealer 3. The customer service offered from SIM2 UK. I was interested to note that SIM2 projectors have been described as a life purchase. Realistically, you need never buy another machine. The support, dedication and service offered by SIM2 UK are again exemplary and something that other companies would be wise to imitate. Having met Alan at the Bristol show I was impressed by the demo and his attention to detail and obvious passion for his product as well as his honesty regarding the inherent weakness of DVD software that can make a great PJ look poor. Also, pointing out what to look for on screen rather than paper.That says it all really. In summary, I finally have the unit that I have always craved and I do expect to own this for a long long time yet. Incidentally, the SIM2 remote control engine down loaded to my Harmony multi-remote no problem. Next stop HDMI or HTPC. It never ends does it!!!! Here are a selection photos taken earlier. I am currently watching/surfing with the region 3 super-bit special edition of Black Hawk Down playing What is great as I keep looking at the image thinking about how clean it is....no VB, panel misalingment, colour uniformity issues..blah blah blah. Just a highly filmic image to rival cineworld. Thanks for reading. Captain Benefit.