Hi All, I'm an "old hand" @ Plasma's but a "newbie" @ Projector's so be kind guy's! I've been lurking for a few days and have been through the FAQ and many posts with great appreciation as I've learned masses about projectors and projecting. Prior to embarking upon actual demo's, from what I've learned thus far, I'm expecting that DLP will be my baby, thanks to it's increased ability to deliver acceptable contrast over LCD, just so long as "the rainbow effect" proves to be insignificant for me and my good lady. In Plasma land, I champion Panasonic as my "brand of choice" due to it's significantly superior contrast ratio & subsequently blacker blacks than all of it's rivals, which to my eyes makes it's images more real and involving, and I see no reason to suppose that I shall think any differently about projection. Thanks to all that I've read, I now appreciate that I need a "long throw" projector as my lens to screen distance is fixed at 20'. This has in turn pointed me towards SIM2 & their HT300 XTRA or DOMINO 30 models which I shall now audition. My current plan would be to match one of these with a STEWART Firehawk material LX110H LUXUS "Model A" Electriscreen. At my 20' throw distance, (16' viewing distance) I'm expecting to achieve a 96'' x 54'' (110'' diagonal) 16:9 Image, but I notice with dismay that the STEWART screens all have a full 12'' top border above the actual screen area in addition to the 5.25'' depth of the screen housing on the ceiling. In my circumstances, due to furniture that can't be moved, I have limited "screen height" available and would be ok with say a 3" top border + housing, BUT the full 12'' top border simply places my image too low! So my question is a simple one, in operation, are the STEWART screens a simple "one shot" fully up/fully down activation OR (Please, Please) are they able to be unfurled by any chosen amount? If the latter is true, I could leave the last 7" of top border within the housing and would have no problems! Best Regards, KBDVD.