I've just taken delivery of an MT500. I, like others it would seem, was mistakenly sucked in by Toshiba's claim that this was a "True 16:9" projector. I project onto my living room wall (the Draper Luma I was using before was irritatingly wrinkly and I preferred the wall sprayed with matt white) and wanted a 16:9 DLP to replace my beloved PTAE100 (4 years of faithful service) and the Tosh sounded like a good bet. Whoops. The first unit displayed the 16:9 picture in a 4:3 grey box. Well, not 4:3 exactly, because there was a horrible internal shadow cast across the top left corner. I assumed that some kind of masking had slipped and this was a faulty unit, but the second one is even worse. This one has internal shadows across the the top left AND the bottom middle of the "lightspill". Basically, without a screen with a foot of black above and below the picture, this thing stinks. It looks like a faulty 4:3 projector displaying 16:9. I'm going to try and get my money back on the MT500 and go for a BenQ 7700, but I don't fancy my chances 'cos Toshiba are insisting the machine's within spec. Oh dear. How much is a good quality, unwrinkly screen with 12"+ of boarder top and bottom?