When I have bought the appropriate cables (that's another question) I want to mount my new Infocus 7205 on a stand about 6 ft high. I am to have the bottom of the viewing area about 30" from the floor. To acheive this with a 120" image I would have to tilt the projector forward and down about 14 degrees. I would then correct the resultant keystone using the projectors electronic keystone adjustment. When I planned this I calculated the image position on the assumption that the Infocus puts out a symetrical beam and of course it doesn't - the lower image extremity is 16 degrees above the horizontal ... hence the need to tilt downwards ..... or am I missing something here? The question is ...... I know that a projector can be tilted upwards - the adjustable feet prove this, but is any harm likely to be caused to the projector by tilting it downwards?