Am I right in assuming that the common panels of modern lcd projectors squeeze in the number of pixels into roughly the same space: e.g. HS20 panel vs epson panel used by ae700/z3 etc Certainly the Hitachi TX100 had much more apparent screen door at same distance from screen than HS20 that I saw. What I'm trying to get at is: when they release 1080p based lcd projectors (e.g. based on the recently announced epson panels) will that mean that screen door becomes less apparent. If they are fitting a higher number of pixels in the same size panel then I would have thought that inter-pixel gap would be smaller. If this was the case then we would not then need the likes of smooth screen hence potentially giving us sharper picture. Apologies if it sounds a bit muddled, but I'm sure many of you clever people will be able to figure it out ***** Was just looking at this: http://www.epson.co.jp/e/newsroom/news_2004_06_28.htm and noticed it refers to pixel pitch - I assume this refers to size of pixel rather than telling us anything about interpixel gap.