Greetings fellow HT enthusiasts. I have been out of the HT scene for over two years since I sold my house, TV, and moved to a house that did not have the space for a decent theater. However, now I am building a new attached garage with a HT on the second floor and I will be selecting an HD projector for my ultimate setup in 6-12 months. Since I have been out of the action for so long, the product choices and features appear to be enormous. Can someone please help me with some starting points and tips on what to look for in a good HD projector? You may suggest everything from projection technology to brands or even specific models. Are there any things to watch out for (like on the cheapos)? I don't want to cheap out and settle since I have a chance to do it right this time. I can spend anywhere from $2000 to $7000, but I want the best bang for the buck. Why buy a $6500 projector when a $3000 projector will have 95% the performance? The ability to calibrate to ISF and set memories for each input is critical. I want a really accurate picture with minimal scanline visibility. Here is some info about my HT that is being built: Approximately 18' wide and up to 30' deep for room size. It may go as small as 13' by 20'. Dedicated room that is dimly lit for viewing to total darkness like a theater. Projector will be ceiling mounted and mostly be displaying Anamorphic DVDs and eventually HD/HD-DVD content from cable or air. Possibly will use the projector for PC display of HD games. If there is a thread or two that has already done this, can someone help me find it? I appreciate all help and will happily post the result when the HT is nearing completion. Thanks in advance for your help!.