Hi. This is my first posting after loitering around for the past few weeks trying to absorb some of the wisdom thats abundant here, and finding it all very useful; thanks. Like many, Im looking to buy my first projector, and (also like many, it seems) am having difficulty deciding on which one. Having immersed myself in this whole business throughout March Id almost ruled out DLP on two grounds: Firstly, the rainbows on cheaper models (eg Infocus 4800) are far too annoying for me. Secondly, the more expensive models dont give me this problem, but almost exclusively seem to have long throw lenses which wouldnt give me the screen size Id like (92 width) for my room size (about 13 throw distance). And theyre expensive of course. So, I was about to settle on an LCD (the ubiquitous Panasonic AE500) but, after a good long look at one a few days ago I found myself wondering if, as excellent as its image was, the blacks just werent black enough. My understanding is that any halfway decent DLP will give better black levels than the AE500. True? (Also, for some reason, I prefer the idea of this technology over LCD; maybe because it just seems cleverer). And now to the point of my message, does anyone have any information on the Sharp XV Z201? It looks like it could be exactly what I'm after. Anyone seen a review? Ive seen its specs on a couple of websites (where its selling for what looks like a good price, around £2700), and its listed as being the same as the XV Z200 but with a wide angle lens. That means short throw, yes? Does anyone actually own this projector, can anyone tell me if, basically, its any good..? John Boormans book on the making of his film The Emerald Forest was called Money into light; I guess thats what were all doing, and Id really appreciate any advice anyone can give me to help me spend mine on the best light I can. Cheers.