(The first part of this post is copied from my previous one - it's not deja vu!) I think my problem is that the projector that I want for a price that I can afford (<£2500) isn't made yet!! I've demo'd three machines so far - Tosh MT1, a Davis and the InFocus340. I prefered the slightly softer 'filmic' look of the DLP machines. The LCD Tosh seemed a little harsh (to my untrained eyes) and I could see the pixel structure at a distance far enough away from the screen to give me concern (on a 6' screen). This leads me to think that a DLP is for me, but I know that there's no way I could live with the rainbow artefacts (not just me, as I want to enjoy my home cinema with my friends too and I wouldn't want them to have to put up with it even if I can't see it !!) So maybe the answer is to fork out on a higher resolution XGA LCD machine. I know that the Toshiba MT1 has had great reviews, so I was wondering if anyone has comments on the Tosh TLP B2 (XGA res. machine)?