I went to the theater for the first time in a long while and remembered how much i loved the wide screen. Currently i am using a 4:3 projector i've had since high school and is comming up on the end of its bulb life. I am looking to replace it. I am using framed blackout cloth for my screen. And the 4:3 screen has work so beautifully i figured i would just get a new screen made to the 16:9 format. As big as i can get within the restricted vertical limits of a yard of fabric. The 16:9 projectors are easy to find now and seemes to be the way things are going right now. BUT after last night i got to thinking what if i made the screen the biggest it could be in 2.35:1 get that nice immersive theater screen. But a quick google search did not come up with any native "theater" style projectors. I have picked up something about lensing(anamorphic) to get the proper ratio but i don't know much about it yet. Are there people who run a native 2.35:1? I wouldn't want to run a cropped 16:9 its whole life because i see that as a waist of the projectors light and resolution capabilities.