I am researching FP for use in my family room. Our current set is a Mits RPTV (50") which is seven years old. The room is 25' by 14' and the current RPTV location is in a corner. I am analyzing the best placement for a FP unit to move towards a much larger picture combined with a film like experience. The room has significant light during the day but I expect to use the FP unit primarily in the evenings. I will eventually replace the current RPTV with a corner armoir with a smaller tube set for day-to-day viewing. Based on the room setup I will be able to place the projector 14' from the location of the screen. The screen can be placed above the fireplace with the bottom of the viewing area about 5' from the floor. The room has a cathedral ceiling. I have two questions before I begin with 'construction' to setup the wiring and projector box. 1. Which screen should I buy? I am looking at Stewart Luxus "Model A" with a 4:3 size of 72" x 96" and the Grayhawk material. I spoke to the mfg's wholesaler and he said the MSRP is around $3,500 US for this model. I have also looked at Da-Lite and they have a comparable model (Tensioned Contour Electrol) for around $2,000 on ProjectorCentral.Com. 2. Which FP unit would best handle NHL games on cable, satellite and HD? I had originally been looking at DLP based projectors but I am concerned with performance during the NHL broadcasts. I have now started to research LCD based units. The units which are receiving the most play right now seem to be the Sanyo PLV-Z1, Epson PowerLite Home 10 and the Sony HS-20 (soon to be released). My primary concern is the performance of the NHL broadcasts. Any help or experience in extensive viewing of the NHL with a FP LCD or DLP would be great.