NO one has realized it but the projector represents the biggest change in home entertainment since colour TV . We are on the verge of a revolution in how we spend our evenings. When projectors start falling to £400-500 sales will explode!!! I think it will do away with all cinemas and will dramatically effect all forms of live entertainment esp theatres but also pubs, clubs and bars! I use to go out 3-4 times a week - now I hardly go out ever. I gave a projector as a gift to a very close friend for her family. She said it has changed her life - they have stopped going out completely. She has reguarly get togeather with her friend to see movies and the kids love it. I am particularly grateful for it allows me to try out movies that I do not normaly care for like American Beauty, Ghostworld, etc. Before I would only go the the cinema for safe action films. I quit my high paying job in accountancy to have more time with my projector - I am training to become a teacher (long holidays!!!!) Who needs the money when you do not go out anymore!! Independant Movie makers will be the biggest winners - they can by pass the cumbersome and expensive cinema distribution system. In 1940 there were nearly 2 billion admissions to the cinema in the UK. When TV came out it brought it down to 10 million by the 60s. And remember TV was a very inferior product to the cinema. Good projector can rival cinema easily. Curously I was reading Mike Medavoys book on the movie industry (he produced Terminator, Platoon, Silence of the Lambs). In the epilogue He talks about influence of the internet and DVD on the movies - but he ignores projectors. Amazing.