I am trying to choose between the 16:9, 720 x 1280 DLP projectors that have the new TI HD2 chip. I think the ones on the market that I have seen include the Toshiba TDP-MT8 (which I believe is exactly the same as the InFocus ScreenPlay 7200) and the the Sharp XV-Z10000U. I'm also considering the Marantz VP-12S2, and the Yamaha DPX-1000. Since none of the video stores around here (Dallas) seem to have any two of these running at the same time, I have not been able to do any direct comparisons. My initial reaction is that the Sharp seems to be the least sharp (focus that is). Any opinions out there? How do the internal scalers compare? Another question - I've been under the impression that the best setup is to position the projector so that it is not necessary to use the digital keystone correction. My understanding is that this correction requires some resampling of the image, and results in some loss of resolution due to pixel averaging or whatever. All of the above units that I have seen mount so that the optics are perpendicular to the screen, usually at the top or bottom edge of the screen, and have no keystone to correct. If mounted in another position, the correction may be necessary. Then I saw the Toshiba, which was mounted at an angle to the screen, and according to the salesman, was using its digital keystone correction. The image looked very impressive. Am I off base with this?