I've got a Barcodata 808 and have a HTPC rigged upto it via Port 5 (RGBVH). I'm curious as to what bandwidth limiting is on this model. Its made available when I adjust the 'sharpness' control, which is normally only used for S-video and composite, when I say this I mean its labelled as bandwidth limiting on the displayed video but is accessed via the sharpness adjust. It only works this way with a PC Input, anything else and it is indeed a sharpness control. Confusing, Yes? I can describe the effect it has on the picture: When turned all the way up the picture looks blurred, as if the projector is softening the pixel edges and loosing detail in the picture. When its turned all the way down the picture is very sharp and pixel perfect - much the same way as an LCD machine. Its obvious that the control turned all the way down is the better of the two as the image is incredibly sharp using this. Can anyone give me a definitive answer to this questions, only Barco seems to have totally ignored the function in its user and installation manuals.