Hello, I'm currently in the process of buying an apartment, and as it's always been a dream of mine, I'd like to get a projector and a screen in the living room, for movie nights and so on. It won't be the primary use of the room, nor will the projector be the primary display in the room (there will also be a TV for, well, TV watching). Therefore I decided to go with an electric screen, mounted from the top. I'm thinking about a ~1000 EUR budget for the set, probably going with Optoma or BenQ for the projector and EliteScreens for the screen.But that's not the priority now, I'm more worried about the whole setup. The room is rectangular, with the sofa and the screen facing each other on the opposite ends, with a window behing the sofa. The window seems like a problem to me, as I will have to place the projector on the side of it (ceiling mount is out of question for now), which means that the image will have to be corrected to compensate for the non-direct angle. I'm attaching a quick mockup of the room, it was done in 3 minutes in Paint, but the dimensions should be more or less representative. Is there something I should know before purchasing any of this, or something to watch out for (lens shift, zoom levels, etc.)? Is this horizontal offset a big problem for projecting? I'm kind of new to this, so I'd like to avoid the largest mistakes. Thanks in advance for any input!