Hi all -- hoping to buy a new projector soon, and I'm strongly considering the Epson 5030UB. I had previously had an Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 20 projector (around 2007?), it was an SD 16x9 widescreen projector that ended up delivering a far better image than I could have imagined. I was especially a big fan of the lens shift settings, because I didn't have a dedicated theater room, and the placement flexibility is what made the whole setup work. So in looking at what's out there now, I knew that there were some things I needed, like a pretty flexible amount of lens shift (I'm not living in the same place, but still have the non-dedicated room issue - I can't ceiling mount the projector, and I may only be in my current apartment for a year, so I can't buy something that needs to be placed in a very specific spot, because what's perfect for my living room now may not be perfect in the next place.) I was really happy with how my previous Epson performed, as well as their outstanding customer service. I recently got a chance to see this projector on display at a local Best Buy, and I was impressed... in a way too bright room, with lots of other displays going, it looked great. I can imagine in a room with the lights off, it would probably look outstanding. (I was only able to demo it in 2D.) So I'm curious to hear if anyone here has one, and if so, what your thoughts on the projector are. The good, the bad, the ugly. One thing that's been nagging at me a little... I'm a big 3D fan, so I will be using this for some 3D viewing. I know that DLP is supposed to have zero crosstalk, whereas LCD can have some. However, I've tried searching all over online, and can't really see any significant complaints from people about crosstalk. In general, I'm not in love with the look of DLP (though admittedly I've only seen a few home DLP projectors in less than ideal store demo situations, but find myself not in love with the look at DLP in movie theaters either), and the specs on the DLP projectors I've seen aren't nearly as flexible with placement as they are on the Epson for me, which is a huge factor. And, if I'm to be truly honest with myself, I've got maybe 1000 DVDs and Blu-rays, and maybe 30 or 40 of those are in 3D.. and even fewer of those are either brilliant movies or brilliant 3D. So I'm thinking I might be overthinking it for a feature that may not get used a ton just because there isn't a ton of content. I've just read so many posts and articles about how DLP is so great for 3D, and how LCD is so bad it looks worse than anaglyph, that I'm getting a little freaked from the hyperbole. But I have to think it must be somewhat hyperbole, I mean, the Epson 5030 is supposed to be a great projector, I can't imagine that the 3D it does is absolute garbage. So with all of that said... looking forward to hearing from any Epson 5030 owners. Love it, hate it, best thing you ever did or worst mistake of your life, I'm interested in hearing it. Thanks!