Hi All, I have just recently updated my ageing sound system and am now looking to replace the projector and screen in my home cinema. I am struggling to come to a decision because 4k is on the horizon but my screen is only 92”. So the question is, should I wait for 4k to come down in price and become more established or opt for a higher end 1080p projector? Will the benefits of 4k with the higher resolution, wider colour space and HDR make a noticeable improvement on a modest sized screen over 1080p? The 1080p projectors I have been looking at are the Sony VPL-HW65B and the more expensive JVC X5000, is there a big gap between the two when it comes to picture and build quality? I want to make sure that I get something that doesn’t suffer with panel misalignment issues as I watch a lot of black and white films and my current projector exhibits pink and green imperfections near the top of the screen. I also want to avoid the dreaded dust blobs. As my screen is a manual pull down I thought of getting a Grandview Cyber fixed, would this be a good choice or are there better options out there? I am restricted to 92” because of the room dimensions. Would 4k require a particular type of screen? I have a budget of £4-4,500 to spend in total. My current setup is: Projector - Panasonic AE4000E Screen – 92” Grandview manual pull-down Blu-ray player - Oppo BDP 83 Marantz AV7702 Pre and MM7055N Power Amp Focal Aria speakers Rel S/2 Sub Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.