I'm having a new home built, and I've contracted a local company to put a projector and a screen into my living room (which has a two-story-high ceiling). They recommended a Seleco SIM2 HT200 projector, and a Greyhawk screen (16x9, 85" wide, 18' from the projector). They ran two wires through my walls to use as an S-Video connection from my A/V receiver to the projector. I'm going to use this to watch NTSC television, DVD's, and video games. I chose the HT200 because DLP images I've seen before (like in a nearby DLP movie theater!) are VERY crisp and clear, and at $8000 this projector is less expensive than similar Runco projectors. However, I've never seen a Seleco projector in operation -- the A/V dealer here in Orlando (Florida) doesn't have one on display. At first I could find only great press about the HT200... but more and more now, I'm reading negative comments about it, and I'd like to see some positive comments before the projector is installed and it's too late to return it to the local company. (1) What causes the 'rainbow effect'? How can it be minimized? Do all HT200 projectors cause it, or just some? Is there a photo online somewhere of what this effect looks like? Is my S-Video connection to the projector going to make the rainbow effect worse? (2) I've never used a projector like this before. How does it know when to display at 4x3 image and when to display a 16x9 image? Will the 16x9 image quality be really poorly pixellated because it's magnified to fill the width and because it drops scan lines? All in all, will I be sorely disappointed with the image quality from this projector in my living room?