Looks like these are the most popular for 1st Qtr '04: Infocus X1 (DLP) $950 w/Faroudja - Link Pluses -Easily the most popular, big support groups online -Long bulb life - 3,000 hours -Faroudja de-interlacer available for $50 more Minuses -Slow 2x color wheel, many have reported being too bothered with the rainbow effect -No Component input so can't accecpt an interlaced signal with a transcoder (only a real problem with the Xbox dashboard) *Bottom Line: The first qulaity DLP to break the $1k barrier. Starting to show its age but still sports better than competion bulb life. Dell 2200MP (DLP) $900 - Link Pluses -20% brighter than the X1 -Competitive Texas Inst. adaptive motion deinterlacer -With all the Dell coupons available may be cheaper than X1 -Included Component to VGA cable -Have yet to hear of anyone complaining about rainbows Minuses -No Component input so can't accecpt an interlaced signal with a transcoder (only a real problem with the Xbox dashboard) *Bottom Line: This may be the "new" X1. Epson PowerLite Home 10 (LCD) $1299 - Link Pluses -An affordable 16:9 WVGA, $1079 at J&R -Component input included -Costs a little more but excellent buy for the money Minuses -Contrast and brightess not as good as the DLP projectors -Screen door effect noticeable but only at big 100"+ screen sizes -For the money a DVI input should be included *Bottom Line: In a light controlled room this is the projector to get for DVDs and HDTV. Sanyo PLV-Z1 (LCD) $1100 online - Link Don't know much about this projector except it's a 16:9 LCD but about a year and a half old. If it's worth comparing here let me know. Also to note: I don't know much about the difference between long throw, short throw, angles, etc.. If someone knows those specs can you please post it, I plan on mounting it from the ceiling. I wanted to include the Pana L300U since it offers DVI bt cost hovers around $1500. Anything else to add, fix please post as well.