Let me start off by asking this question to those of us that have digital projectors.... How many of us are using UPS to protect our bulbs, in the event of a loss of power in the home, so that they do not become damaged? A few years ago, with my first projector, I found out the hard way that members of my family were powering off the projector (a Sharpvision XVZ1U) with the power "kill" switch rather than the regular on-off switch. This would immediately remove power from the projector including the bulb cooling fan. I lost 2 bulbs due to explosion and on one occasion, the exploding bulb took out a circuit board as well. I was very lucky to have Sharp cover the costs. Needless to say, I taped over that switch from that point on. I never have had a UPS solution in place and I was wondering how many of us do, and if not, how many of us are aware of the potential danger to our projectors and their bulbs. Just a heads up but I would not mind some discussion ont he topic.