Looking to "upgrade" my Toshiba TW56X81 56" HDTV-ready rear projector with a front projector in a dedicated HT room. Just had my first DLP projector experience tonight. Friend of mine brought over an Infocus LP340. Picture was good, but the contrast was poor. Blacks weren't very black, more like gray. I'm interested in purchasing a Sharp PG-M20X which I have read excellent reviews on, but I just wanted to get a feel for what a DLP projected image looks like. I'm assuming that the Sharp will improve on the contrast quite a bit, like the specs would lead you to believe... What I found most annoying was the amount of light projected around the 2.35:1 image of the movie I was watching. I was kind of expecting the projector to just project the image and not a huge square with the image inside - know what I mean? I was running an HTPC at 800x600, with WinDVD running full-screen, projecting on a plain white wall. I'm wondering if this can be adjusted somehow, or if this is just how it is with a digital projector... Any advice, comments in general on this purchase? Thanks!