I've just attained a Seleco SVP350. At the moment, I've put it underneath my coffee table, until I find a suitable table/hushbox to fix it in. I spent a couple of hours last night setting it up, and while it looks good to me, I know it's not as good as it could be - I fully intend to have it set up by someone that knows what they're doing once it's fixed into its permanent position! One thing I'm a little worried about - the more I read about CRT projectors, the more times I see a warning about making absolutely certain that the raster are centred on the faceplates, and that not doing so could cause the tubes to fail. How can I make sure of that? Bit of a basic question, but I'm new to this, and don't want to break the thing!! I watched a film on it last night and the image quality was lovely, knocked spots off my old LCD projector - am I right in assuming that beam energy isn't being directed onto the tube walls cos I've got a good picture?