Well, I've had the TW100 for abot 2 weeks now and have racked up about 20 hours viewing on it. I thought it time I posted a brief review so here goes. The TW100 forms part of my HC setup including 8ft Draper Baronet Electric screen Sony DVP-S7700 DVD player Sony STR-DA50ES amp JVC S-VHS Video player (used as tuner only) Sky Digital TiVo As soon as I had set up the TW100 I grabbed my Gladiator disc and sat down ready todo some fiddling. I have the DVD player connected to the pj with both S-Vid (via the amp) and also component leads. Switched on the pj and set it to component input and started playing the disc. Picture was dark with little colour and to say I was unimpressed was an understatement. beginning to wonder what I had paid all this money for. Anyway, to cut a long story short I switched to the S-Vid input and, WOW, what a difference. Not to bore you but I have determined that my S7700 is not that capable when it comes to component output and as such have watched all further films using the S-Video connection. I am projecting an 8ft horizontal image and was expecting to see noticeable 'screen door' but am pleased to say that at a 12ft viewing distance there is absolutley no sd effect whatsoever. The more I watch this pj the more I am impressed. Colours are vibrant and the image quality is very filmlike with just the standard settings. Overall, the image quality is phenomenal and remember this is via S-Video. (I can't wait to pick up my new Tosh SD900E tomorrow which should make things better still ). One thing you get included with this pj is the Faroudja DCDi processing circuitry and it certainly seems to make a damned fine job of removing jaggies and other picture noise. You can of course switch this off if you wish. I just leave it on auto all the time and leave it manage it itself. One thing people often get concerned about with LCD projectors is black level, and indeed, my old Sony pj managed to produce very dark greys but not quite black. Well, I have black borders around my screen and I am hard pressed to tell the difference between the colours of these borders and the blacl levels generated by the pj. Black levels are not an issue for me with this pj. The menu options on the TW100 are very clear and plentiful with plenty of adjustment for all areas. This includes black level, white level, colour, tint, keystone, gamma, colour temp, etc, etc. There's plenty to fiddle with if you need or want to and you also get 6 memories for storing all your settings on a per input basis. The remote is small and easy to use also with direct access to inputs and picture memories making for easy use and also great for use with my Pronto as I can have the macros send the correct input commands depending on my viewing source. I currently use the component inputs for the PS2 and XBox and the S-Vid for DVD. The unit produces an image pretty quickly (<30 secs) and when running has minimal fan noise, although it is just noticeable in quieter scenes. However, I guarantee you will become so immersed in the action that you won't even notice it. Currently I have only two issues with this projector. 1. Via the S-Video connection I notice very slight vertical banding on lighter scenes. I have no idea what this is but when I switch to component it disappears as it did when I connected my HCPC via VGA (more of that later). 2. When you put this unit into standby a (lower level) fan continues running 24 hours a day. Ihave never known any electronic device to do this and have raised it with Epson who believe it may be a fault and have requested the unit be returned to investigate (just not yet as I am enjoying it too much). Notice I have not said that price has been an issue as I truly believe this unit to be worth the £3.5k asking price. Overall, I am massively impressed with this projector and believe it produces images equivalent to or better than more expensive projectors I demoed such as the Sim2 HT200, Sony VW11HT and Runco models (although please note I do not know how those others were set up or how much better they or mine could be). In time I intend to set up a HCPC and to see what this would be like I carried my PC into the lounge last week and connected it to the pj via the Lindy 10m VGA cable run in readiness. My PC is a P4 2GHz with a GeForce 2 video card and running PowerDVD XP and Powerstrip (thanks to Shockabuku for the settings). Playing Collateral Damage the increase in picture quality was absolutely phenomenal. Brighetr, more colourful, far more detail and a much steadier image. I wasn't expecting such a big improvement but guess I should have considering it's S-Vid >> VGA. I'm gonna compare my new SD900E to the HCPC and if there is still a noticeable difference will work over the next few months on setting up a HCPC in my AV Rack. If anyone is owndering how good a HCPC is just connect your PC temporarily to your pj (or plasma) and try it for yourself. I think you too will be amazed. I have no regrets whatsoever with this pj and am sure I am going to have many years of enjoyment from it (if I keep it that long as I get bored quickly and enjoy spending money ) For anyone looking for more reviews the latest What Hi-Fi (UK) has just done a review of it and awarded it 5 stars.