I have been relentlessly reviewing every projector that can be had under 2K (sales, wholesalers, 2nd hand, refurbished, etc) and have come across the NEC LT240K. This projector is native 4:3, but the 16:9 mode uses the same amount of resolution as an InFocus 5700. It sounds like the best of both worlds. Here are the specs: NEC LT240K Projector Specifications MSRP (USD) : $ 3,495 Brightness (Lumens) : 2000 ANSI Contrast: ANSI: ** Full On/Off: 2000:1 Weight: 6.5 lbs. Size (inches) (HxWxD) : 4.7 x 10.2 x 11.8 Throw Dist (feet) : 3.6 - 52.1 Image Size (inches) : 30.0 - 500.0 Lens: Focus: Manual Zoom: Manual, 1.20:1 Optional Lenses: No Digital Zoom: ** Keystone Correction: Digital H+V Lens Shift: ** Compatibility: HDTV: 1080i,720p EDTV/480p: Yes SDTV/480i: Yes Component Video: Yes Video: Yes Digital Input: ** Personal Computers: Yes Networking: Wired: ** Wireless: Yes Warranty: 90 Days Lamp: Type: 220W NSH Life: 2000 hours Quantity: 1 Display: Type: 0.7" DLP (1) Native: 1024x768 Pixels Maximum: 1600x1200 Pixels Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (XGA) Performance: H-Sync Range: 15.0 - 100.0kHz V-Sync Range: 50 - 120Hz Pixel Clock: 135 MHz max Speakers: 1.0W Mono Max Power: 280W Voltage: 100V - 240V I have found a bunch of these on ebay. I do my research, so buyer will beware. However, before I proceed, I wanted to get some feedback on this unit - pros/cons. I also need to put it way back, so at a distance of 21ft, I can get away with a 128 x 96 4:3 and 128 x 72 19:9 which, by my calculations should be pretty good. The seating is approximately 18 ft. My main concern is for dvd mostly, but watching the playoffs on Dish Network is definitely in the cards as well. Not into HDTV, I live in Bermuda so digital sdtv reigns.