Does anyone use a FP setup on a "temporary" basis, only setting it up occasionally? Been pondering my TV options for a while now. Had my eye on the 46" Samsung DLP sets, because they're the only things that will fit into my media niche. However I keep stumbling over the purchase because I'm worried about whether or not they're really going to fit my needs. Here's where we're at: We watch a LOT of 4:3, SD programming. We're TiVo freaks and probably 50% of our viewing is on our SA TiVo (to be swapped for our DirecTiVo this weekend). For this stuff, our existing 32" tube TV does just fine. About 40% of our viewing is DVDs, just my wife and I. I try to make it as much a "Home Theater" experience as is possible in the combo living/dining room/kitchen of our small house. I really enjoy movies and this is where I start to feel the pain of Letterboxed source material on a 32" TV from 10+ feet away (not really negotiable given the room layout) The last 10% is "Movie Night" type DVD watching. Its similar to above, but we usually squeeze in some guests I become absolutely ruthless about the lighting/audio/noise/talking part of the experience. This is the last straw that REALLY makes me want a bigger TV. So here's the thing, given that we watch so much SD TV, and considering that I _personally_ don't feel there's enough HD programming available for me to subscribe to the DirectTV HD package, let alone an HD TiVo, we wouldn't really watch HDTV much at this point in time. I'm also worried about how the SD stuff will look on the screen.(Which is why I haven't pulled the trigger on the Sammy TV yet.) But still there's the pain of the small screen for "Movie Night". So I'm thinking perhaps I could at least improve the last 10% (and maybe even some of the "Just the 2 of us" movie time) with a FP setup that could be setup/taken down easily. The current TV sits in a niche with a mantle (over the fireplace) where I could probably setup a temporary rigid screen, (or a stand-mounted screen just in front of that). The room layout (and wife) can probably accomidate a stand or coffee-table located projector, on a limited basis. Unfortunately, short of a hellacious wiring job to ceiling mount the PJ and a lot of cash for a drop-down screen setup, I just don't see anyway to "permanently" setup an FP system. So would it be worth it? Does anyone else take the time for this sort of monkeybusiness, or am I better off just committing to a HD monitor and living with the flaws it will show in our SD programming? The cost of a decent projector/screen combo is easier to swallow, certainly, but I'm worried that the effort would quickly become not "worth it" after the novelty wears off. Thanks.