This is my personal report from the show. Ground Floor Epson UK had a reasonable demonstration of a couple of their new (to the UK) inexpensive LCD projectors. Filling a large (around 9 feet) screen, the (media center driven) image from the £1,300 (I think) ceiling mounted unit was not bad at all considering the close proximity of the seating. Im looking forward to the forthcoming magazine reviews of the Epson projectors. There was a long queue for the What Hi-Fi? Demo. The system comprised of a UVEM media PC into a Sim2 C3X running at 720p and the monster Denon flagship amp via QED silver into lots of B&W speakers. Hosted by WHFSV technical editor Andy Kerr, the idea was to demonstrate HD and his presentation would no doubt turn a lot of people on to its exciting potential. We saw a clips of Tiger Woods perfectly putting, followed by the discovery channel and finally a bunch of trailers. Those people wanting to see HD should definitely do this demo. Seasoned veterans of home cinema will not likely learn anything new, but its a good opportunity to see the kit. The sound is not particularly powerful in this demo Andy doesnt want peoples attention to be drawn from the picture. Tiger woods at work in the demo. There were a few cable manufacturers at the show including AV Forums supporters Chord and the never uninteresting Nigel Finn. ICE fans could sit in a Passat or a Chrysler and listen to sound systems from Dynaudio and Boston Acoustics. A handy accessory I have had chance to test on my return from the show is the AM One Clean from KM Electronics. Its a non-alcohol based flat screen cleaner with handy chamois-leather-like attached cloth. It easily got the greasy finger marks off our plasma and left the glass smear-free. The cleaning cloth is down the left-hand side. Mezzanine Level The sheer size of Denons flagship DVD player and amp in one stack generates its own gravitational field which pulls you towards their rooms. You also get chance to see (and hear) the new AVR-4306 which sports some clever connectivity. Here are some spec. details.