Hi all hope you are well! I have just bought Andrenochrome's BD800 which all being well he is delivering tommorow. This is my first CRT PJ so as im sure you be aware that im very exited. I know it's not exactly the bees knees of CRT's but it's a start and my aim is to try and get this running to the best of it's abilities and maybe in a year or two upgrade. Ironically it has cost me roughly the same amount as the new lamp that i would have needed for my sanyo z1 anyway, I want it celing mounted and calibrated by the pro's ( still looking for quotes/availability guys ) BUT-for the time being i rather fancy chancing my arm and table mounting it and having a go myself until the pro's are available. Now, is this a good idea? I'm pretty good at setting stuff up, and have a PDF of the manuals but what i really do not want to do is kill the Barco. Can this be done by simply twiddling with it and trying to get at least a watchable picture??? If so then i probably wont bother, i'll just buy a new lamp for the Sanyo and use that until i can get the Barco properly set up. ANY help/advice however simple or complicated would be greatly appreciated as i really want to get on top of the CRT thing and maybe one day i'll be able to offer advice to others. Kind regards, John.