Brand new to the forum. Sorry if this is an easy question, but I've been doing a lot of research and can't seem to find the answer. So my wife is letting me use the second bedroom in our new apartment as a home theater. I'd been looking at getting a big screen tv, but found projectors to be more cost effective, plus i don't go in for 3d and most tvs seem to come with that. The wall I'm putting the screen on is 9' high and and 9'5 wide. I'll be hanging the projector on the wall or ceiling depending on the model I get, which is 10'8 away. For the projector I'm leaning towards either the mitsubishi hc4000 or the epson 8350. My question is, will I be able to get a 100" diagonal image from that close? I checked out the projection calculator over at projector central, and it says the image will come out to 83" for the mitsubishi and 75" for the epson, but can you zoom the image so that it will fill up the screen, or will that distort the image too much? Thanks for any help.