I'm replacing my aged projector (phillips proscreen 4750) and was wondering if some of the knowledgable peeps here could check over my thinking. First I don't think it's worth me getting a high end projector because I don't have a screen - I just project onto a wall (it isn't even white), also I have the lights on most of the time (we watch tv on it was well) and I'm not too worried about colour fidelity etc. Second, I'm thinking not DLP - I have my projector in a cupboard and it gets a bit hot sometimes, and I noticed that DLP projectors seem to have twice the wattage of bulb for the same screen brightness (I'm guessing this means 2x the heat). Also I'd like it to be really quiet, and DLPs seem to be a bit noiser (in the same price range) maybe its because of the extra heat? So that seems to put me in a familiar Z2, AE500, PJ-TX100 zone... although I wouldn't mind spending more if I thought I'd benefit (but I'm not planning on getting a screen or painting the wall). The last constraint is that I project across the width of my living room (no other way to do it) which is 3.5m, and I only (!) want an 80" image. This rules out both the Z2 and the AE500 leaving only the PJ-TX100. So did I miss anything? Am I deluding myself?