I've been thinking of getting a projector (oh for about 5 years ) and am looking for some ideas as going somewhere to demo them seems impossible. I have a vague idea of some of the specs I want but I've only really used a few data projectors (LCD) so I'm not sure. 1.Possibly DLP (only really read the blurb not tested my self) 2.XGA native res (for PC and HDTV) 3.Progressive Scan 4.DVI+HDCP or HDMI 5.1000 ANSI min (Room will mostly be dark as window behind screen) 6.Ceiling Mounted approx 10-12 feet from screen. 7.Quiet as above seating position 8.16:9 ratio capable (maybe a 16:9 chip as will mostly be widescreen film usage) I'm looking at £2000-£3000 max including mount and screen so limited budget. This will be for mostly DVD WS films, with occational 4:3 ratio DVD, 16:9 & 4:3 cable films/series and PC web and games. The screen will pull down in front of the TV and as the window is behind it the curtains will be closed when in use. Not sure of the screen size, maybe 90", certain more then 50". Not in a big hurry so anything new I should watch out for, current models that'll work and if the whole LCD vs DLP thing is worth worring about? Oh and anywhere in the West Midlands that I can actually see them in action? Thanks.