I've got a Sanyo Z3, and to get a picture size that I'm happy with the Z3 is currently sitting on a coffee table infront and slightly to the right of the viewing area (just under 4 metres from the screen area), and I'd much prefer to have the PJ away from the middle of the room. I've got an AV rack sat on the back wall in line with the sofa on which I would like to place the Z3. But, the Z3s image is just too big when it's sat on the AV rack, although it's lens shift makes for a perfect picture placement! I'm not completely against a ceiling mount, but I'd prefer to go with a cheaper and more flexible solution than buying a £200 ceiling bracket and spending £100 for longer budget cables, plus finding the time to install it all. Is there anyway (other than ceiling mounting and coffee table-ing!) that I can reduce the screen size? I was hoping that there may be a lens or a similiar device available? Otherwise I'm seriously considering swapping the Z3 for an AE700, which I could just wall mount on a bracket above the viewing area and would fit within the length restrictions of my current cables (HDMI, component, S-video, VGA &power cable). Any news on the Z4? If Sanyo include the same spec lens shift as the Z3 and just add a 2.0 (or even 2.5!) optical zoom, I really will be laughing.