Hi folks, I was talking to a local Home Theater designer who has done some work for our company and the home of our President yesterday. We were discussing my plans to put in a theater room in the basement when I build my first house in a year. I was a bit nervous that my budget of 20-40 thousand (Canadian) wouldnt "cut the mustard" and was convinced I would have to go with a 65" RPTV because screen/projector setup would be too costly. He assured me we could put together a "balls to the wall" setup for about 25-30 thousand. He certainly seemed extremely genuine and knowledgeable. Currently he is building his own theater room and its going to cost him about 25k. He is using a Sony projector and Boston Acustics speakers. Everything he told me sounded great and I think I will be working with him in several months when "go time" arrives... One thing that troubled me though was that he was using, and recommending, an LCD projector. He said it was "very affordable" and that the picture quality was outstanding. Im sure he had no reason to be dishonest about that - but for some reason I seem to recall picking up tidbits on these forums and in Audio Visual Interiors magazine about LCD being quite bad quality, and having bad images. I asked him about this and he said that was true up to a couple of years ago, but they have really improved. Thoughts or input on this?