I'm soon to be in the market for a new PJ, so I looked into how to get this one 'done right' unlike when I got my Panny PT-AE100. So I was reading this article on the HCC site, (as well as others) that say you should get the right projector and screen for your room, instead of just getting the one you like the look of. Well I have a five foot wide screen, which I want to replace with a six foot wide one, yet reading the articles, the PJ I was interested in (InFocus IN76) at 1000 ANSI lumens, will be way too bright for my (tiny little) room. My screen gain is currently 1.0, so would it be possible to get a much lower gain (6') screen and still get the IN76? I don't really want the IN72/74 as I'm hoping to go in for HD stuff. Room is 2.9m wide by 2.3m high and about 8m long, with big windows at either end meaning a drop down screen is only option. I did want the PT-AE900, but have to say goodbye to LCD as even this new one just doesn't have good enough black levels, (nor does the Hitachi before anyone mentions it either). Please someone, help an old (46) man with a broken bulb!