Hi, I recently watched a demo of a Screenplay 7205 via a Tag DVD player hooked up in component connection. It was projected onto a 12ft screen from about 15-20ft. The DVD playing was Pearl harbour. This was the first time I have viewed a projector with a non CG film (Ice Age etc.) and I noticed that forground images like people were sharp and had good flesh tones etc. but people running about in the (distant) background had a faint compressed jpeg type halo around them and the general (background) image was quite grainy. As I said I don't know much about projectors but I was really dissapointed and for £5k I really expected better. I could live with the graininess but not the image 'halo' effect on distant moving objects. The guys in the shop (Sevenoaks in Cambridge) were raving about the picture, personally I thought they must be blind but maybe my lack of experience has led me to expect to much from DLP. Was the source DVD the problem? Are projectors really this bad? How much do I need to spend to get a 'good' picture? Many thanks.