Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated...I have my electrician coming tomorrow: The room size: 20x12x7. Two 4 foot tower spearkers on each side of the room will permit a max screen width of 104", or a diagonal of 119". Two viewing areas: Primary viewing area will be an L couch in front, viewing distance about 14 ft. Another couch will be directly behind up against the back wall on a riser, viewing distance about 19 ft. Possible screen sizes as I see it for 16:9 (diagonal): 106", 110", 119". Possible projectors: Sony VPL-HS20, Sanyo PLV-Z2, Panasonic PT-L500U (Based on forum advice I chose these three. DLP was ruled out because I couldn't find a model in this price range that could project this size image in a 16:9 format. Please correct me if one exists.) The ideal location for projector: Above the heads of those seated on the first couch, 14 ft away. Projector image size at 14 ft, and at 100% zoom (diagonal) : Sony VPL-HS20: 92-110", Sanyo PLV-Z2: 108-141", Panasonic PT-L500U: 117-138". A few of my dilemnas: Price: The sony is $650 more than the other two...is it worth it? Ideal Location: Obviosuly I can budge a few inches here and there, and I do have more flexibility moving forward. Going further back means I am in the walking space of the second couch and I have short ceilings. Going forward more than a foot will distrupt those moving around up front. So...at exatly 14 ft, the Sony allows for 106" and 110" screens, the Sanyo let's me use 110" and 119" screens, and the Panasonic only allows me to use the 119" screen. What are people's thoughts on the best screen size for my room, and thus, what is the best projector? If, for example, the 110" is ideal, it is between the Sony and the Sanyo. I will pay the difference if the Sony is worth it. On another note, if I have two bookshelf surrounds, what is the best location for them, keeping in mind where the front and back couches are in the room? I was thining up high on the back wall angle slightly in and down. Thank you very much!