i did a search but non of them were very informative and most of the links in the searches were dead links, so would some be so kind to help me decide the benefits and flaws of each projector, this is what i came up with from my searches (about an hour of searching and reading) btw, I am prone to rainbow effect. but i do not know how bad the infocus x1 is, i see rainbow instantaneously. I will be using this majorally for 16 x 9 dvd viewing, with occasional 4x3 i will be sitting about 11-12' from the screen, and the projector will be mounted about 11' high. I need something with keystone correction, and screen size will not need to be huge, anything more then 42" diagnal 16x9 will more more then enough. Sanyo z1 -Horrible customer support, easily dishonors vaild warranty on their projectors, easily prone to dust damage, but $1000 mark, nice picture, no rainbows. Panny 200 - (dont know much) LCD, Low res, no rainbows Cheap price. Infocus x1- Faroudja, nice picture, nice price, rainbows worst nightmare. 2x color wheel. BenQ - light spill on 16 x 9 material, nice picture, Faster color wheel then infocus, no faroudja. very attractive price point. ----------- rainbows do not bother me unless theyre readily apparent, ie, if i watch Shcindlers List, and it ends up look like a blue/red 3-d movie without the glasses. right now im considering Sanyo looks attractive, but there are more then enough complaints on the forum about it being a dust magnet and Customer service horror stories, to scare me from it. Panny 200 - Im afraid the resolution may be a little too low benQ 6100 - cheap 3x color wheel, but light spill may be a problem.