I was hit by a car a few years ago and had a traumatic brain injury. As a result, I'm very sensitive to LCD screens (phones, computers), which quickly give me fatigue/headaches. I'm also somewhat sensitive to TVs. I am fine watching a movie in a movie theater. I have been looking into getting a projector, because I think it would be possible for me to watch movies with one without too much of a problem. (I am very sensitive to bright light--and thought I understand a home projector will be a brighter than a movie theater projector, it won't be as bright as a TV or computer screen.) I don't know how much the screen refresh is contributing but it might be? I don't know the terminology very well, I apologize. I know that people are sensitive to the older, slower three chip DLP projectors. I was wondering if there is any reason to think one would be sensitive to a newer 6X speed projector. (I'm looking at the BenQ DLP HD 1080p Projector (HT2050)) Would an LCD projector make more sense? I know it would make sense sit sit and watch a movie on one and see, but I don't have any way to do that. I'd appreciate any thoughts/ideas people have.