This will be the year I upgrade my Sony HW55ES projector. I am going 4k......unfortunately. I am sorry for my lack of anticipation, but I'm not fond of the costs in upgrading to a format that still has not met all its specs. Then there's the studios who have done a half-ass job with their releases. However, as someone who has always tried to stay a step ahead of the curve -- and as an co-owner of a forum like this --- I suppose I should be embracing this format. So.....here I am. From what I understand, a laser projector is the way to go. I know Sony has an ultra-expensive model introduced last year. I can't afford the $60k model, but the next one down is obtainable. Epson has a cheaper model. I haven't even started investigating the specs of either. Really, I had hoped to cheat and ask the Home Theater Forum community what they thought. Do I need the best out there? That depends on the price. I know that my needs include the best 4k presentation that can be had and 3D capability. I don't know if pixel shifting is a good thing. I want true 4k projection. I expect to purchase the projector in about 3-4 months. I can actually wait a year or more if you guys think we aren't quite where we need to be with 4k projectors yet. The most important thing I can say is that I don't want buyers remorse. I don't want to spend thousands on a 4k projector that isn't up to specs, only to be replaced by one that is in the next year or two. If that's the case, I would rather wait. I am only doing this once. Thanks everyone!