I, like most people, thought that high end CRT projection systems were for people in mansions with tens of thousands of pounds budget. However, it ISN'T. It can be very reasonable and the results are truely stunning. I went for a demo of a used Barco Data 808 last night supplied by Roland (B4) and set up in Stuarts (Spectre) home cinema room. Anyway, to say I was astounded by the quality of the image from this projector would not be doing it justice, it was simply magnificent and I imediately wanted it. Granted, an 808 is a slightly large beast and not every room would accomodate it comfortably, but if you're serious about your home cineme then I'm in no doubt that this is the way to go. The projector was driven by a PC running at something like 1280 * 720 and the image was breathtaking, it had absolutely no sign of line structure, detail was fantastic, even in dark shadows and the image was crisp and clear. I'd say that I prefered the image to my local multiplex. You get the benefit of being able to pause the film for berr/coffee/toilet breaks too. I was well impressed, Roland however claimed that in a proper set up, rather that just stuck on the floor the quality could be improved (I couldn't see how). I'd just like that thank everyone for being so helpfull and accomodating. Roland is Barco trained and the image he got from a short amount of time to set up the projector was amazing, I couldn't really see how it could be improved as it was good enough to persuade me that I NEEDED that projector. If you want Projection and have room, then contact Roland and prepare to become a slack jawed yokel! I had a panel of experts pointing out what to look for, where it would be a significant improvement ove LCD/DLP etc. Aslo I got a run down on the benefits of Homecinema PC from Neil (Jenz), and Rod Keith from Stands Unique was there giving me the benefit of his experience with high end CRT. Overall you could almost describe it as a life changing night!