Hello all you CRT junkies I've been lurking here and reading up on the pro and cons of CRT projectors for a while now. I'm hoping to look at a Barco 801s which is very reasonably priced, under £1000 - is there anything special I need to look out for on this model? The seller claims it is in "guaranteed perfect working order, perfect picture and just serviced". That all sounds good to me. This is going to be my first projector I've looked at a few DLPs, the rainbows give me a headache in 2 mins, no good at all. I don't mind the pixelation on LCDs at all, even on the new Panasonic AE100, which is quite bad by some peoples accounts, but the lack of decent black + loss of shadow details + weird colour shifts, all these things are more annoying for me than pixels. So I'm hoping CRT is gonna give me the things I love about my CRT TV only much much bigger. I got plenty of space for the huge biege/grey box, thats not a problem. I can't get my room totally blacked out in the daylight although I'm not planning on using the projector in daylight - maybe that'll change later. I picked up an Iscan Pro to run my VCR and DVD through, also got a Dalite 16:9 80" screen for a song, is there anything else that I'm going need? Is the 801s capable enough to give a good 80"x45" picture? Please feel to lambast me for my shortsightedness etc Seriously though any useful advice here would be great, it would be nice not to throw away nearly £1000 because I failed to spot some tell-tale sign that EVERYBODY else knows all about.