Hi everyone, I currently live in a lovely NYC loft, using a Toshiba TW40H80 as my display device. The HT is setup in the far end of the room, well away from the windows. I am looking towards purchasing a projector for movie viewing, and had given thought to doing away with the RPTV totally. My wife, however, is very attached to the RPTV (gotta love that!), and wants to have both the RPTV, and the FPTV (for movies 90% of the time, and a few TV shows). My problem is now to figure out how to make this all work! In my poor ascii art way, I'm going to draw my setup: |-----------D------ |.........s......... |T.......e......... |V.......a......... |.........t......... _------------------ The space between the front of the TV and the seating is 7 feet. The TV is 18" deep, more or less. The rear wall is a good 19' from the front wall. The ceilings are 12'6". I can't really move the seating back too much, as there is a door (D) on the "top" wall and I don't want to impede the flow of traffic. I can mount the projector on the rear wall at pretty much any height I like. I'm trying to figure out the best way to position the screen. I figure my options are as follows: 1. Project the screen onto the wall above and behind the TV. This might be too high an image? I imagine that in the dark the turned off TV wouldn't be a visual problem in and of itself. 2. Buy a standing screen and set it up in front of the TV for movie time. This might make us sit too close to the screen? 3. Lower the screen from the ceiling (that's a long way down!) to come just in front of the TV. This might make us sit too close as well? So fellow HT nuts, and advice? Which of my screen position options do you think would be the best? And innovative ideas I have not considered? Thanks!