Hi all, I need some help, guidance, and assistance in determining how I should proceed with a recent projector purchase & setup. I recently purchased an Epson S3 LCD Projector from Costco, for less than $750 CAD ($850 after tax). The price was right, and it listed itself as HDTV capable, so I did some research and found several mainly favourable reviews. I'm aware that this is an entry-level projector and that I can't expect cinema quality crystal clear pictures from it, but obviously cost is an issue, and I'd like to minimize it as much as possible. I'd read about SDE (Screendoor effect) with the LCD projectors, but didn't actually experience it firsthand until I setup the projector in my basement and gave it a whirl. It's not terrible, but it's definately visible and a little distracting. Since the projector doesn't have native component inputs (or DVI/HDMI for that matter), I had to buy a component to VGA adapter to connect my upconverting DVD player to the projector. I set both to 16:9 mode, which actually compresses the image a bit and significantly reduces the SDE, but I can still see it. I'm currently laying the projector on a table, and projecting it from about 16 feet away onto my wall, which produces a picture approximately 9 feet wide. Anyway, since I bought this from Costco (and since they have a fantastic return policy), I've been considering returning the projector and replacing it with a DLP in the same price range (maybe a bit higher). I'm familiar with the "rainbow effect" with DLPs, and I'm pretty sure it won't affect me that much since my parents have one and I don't notice it. I was originally looking at the Infocus X2 & X3 units, but noticed today that the Optoma MovieTime DV10 is on sale for $999 (with a free screen) as well. Given that I'm relatively new to the whole projector scene, I'd really appreciate any advice and guidance that you guys can offer. I'm not looking to drop a bundle, but rather maximize my enjoyment at a modest budget. My main concerns are obviously image quality (i.e. reduced SDE), HD compatibility (I know I can't get a pure HD signal, but I'd like to get as close as possible), performance and overall build quality of the product & especially the bulb. Thanks in advance... Moe.