I just had the pleasure of auditioning the Epson TW100 in a less-than-ideal setup. The projector was on the floor, and it was projecting 16' away from an ENORMOUS 8' or 10' wide screen that went floor to ceiling. The epson was not using the whole screen (though it could when adjusted). First MAJOR question... We tried 2 DVD players (Denon and Toshiba) and made sure the "TV size" output on the DVD players was set to 16:9/wide. Yet, every disc we played did not fill the width of the projected "lighted area" on screen. The Video Signal setting on the Epson was set to "auto" and it was connected via S-Video cable. We toggled through the "Aspect" choices on the Epson and NONE of them looked correct. So... Should an anamorphic widescreen DVD like Fifth Elelment completely fill the "lighted area" from side to side? I thought it would. The height I know is dependant on ratio, and Fifth Element SHOULD have had bars top and bottom, being 2.35 (which it did). Next, what is the difference between "NORMAL" and "THROUGH" aspects on the Epson? What is the correct setting for watching an anamorphic DVD on a 16:9 screen? I would think Normal. No? What settings should be changed from default for the above desired viewing? Or is it ready to project what I'm trying to test "out of the box?" I thought what I saw looked great, but I couldn't help but think that with component video, a smaller image the right distance from the screen, and better light control, it could look INCREDIBLE. Of course, then I read the projectorcentral.com article on NEC's new projector and I'm at wit's end trying to decide what to buy! Thoughts? Comments? thanks!