Actually, I'm pretty surprised at the quality. It's better than the price would have suggested. It has a pixelworks scaler. Mediocre, but passable. Definitely could be improved. S-Video in was a bit ugly, lots of edge enhancement. Component in was definitely a step up. If you only have s-video in, this is not the projector for you. Running VGA in through (Radeon 9700 Pro output) was a big improvement, especially since I could feed in the native resolution, 1024x768. I've only played with it for a few minutes, so I haven't done all of the adjustments. Looks like there's 3 settings for color temp, and you can set red/green/blue separately, which is nice. Not the most adjustable projector out there, but better than my proxima DP8000. Bleh. I thought the color was reasonably even, with not too much hotspotting. I was a bit surprised at this, because I had heard of some people having problems with that. I was throwing the image onto a Stewart Grayhawk though, which is under unity gain (.95). I guess for the best quality picture, I'd have to pick up one of these: M1A to DVI/USB cable Hmm. Might be almost time to start upgrading once again.