Hi all - I'm completely new to this forum so bear with me... I've owned an NEC HT1000 projector for 11 years and it finally gave up the ghost. We've enjoyed watching movies using a projector for so long that I instantly replaced it with a newer model. I went for the Epson TW8100 which is a great projector but I have a question about our viewing area (screen). We didn't swap the old Draper Baronet 4:3 (100 inch diag) screen and we're trying to maximise the use of the screen area when watching films. Now I know that the native ratio of the LCD panel in the projector is 1920x1080 so we've already restriced our viewing area on the screen to 80 x 44 inches but when watching 2:35 : 1 films we're reduced down to 80 x 34 inches. We were used to a film filling the screen and to go from 80 x 60 to 80 x 34 is a bit of a shock. Now most of you will say 'that's the way it is' and I should have bought a 4:3 projector or I should go and buy a different screen but surely there's a way of increasing our viewable image or is this really where I just have to adjust to the new way of watching movies?