Thanks in advance for all your help. I have been trolling the forums for a while trying to learn as much as I can about FP's and you guy's have convinced me to forgo the big screen and get right into the good stuff. Here is my situation. The room I have is a designated media room with a 13 ft. throw. I have two leather recliners that are split so the projector will be able to sit back the full 13 ft. The room itself has one window but it has been covered making the room pretty much pitch black. The projector will be used for movies and a lot of PS2 (been addicted to GT4 since it came out.) It is not vital but it would be nice if the projector could also hook up to my computer (I have a ton of car video's that I would love to be able to show case on a big screen and surround sound.) Right now I have an old Sony 27inch TV in the room that the FP will replace. I am not expecting plasma HD quality out of my FP for the budget that I have but somthing that is as crisp and clear as a standard rear projection television (with a bigger screen) would be nice. Ideally the FP would be around 1500 (I just bought a new custom house, am looking for a new Cobra, had to put a 36inch Sony Wega in the living room this christmas, and I am married to the most wonderfull women who also happens to be a financial analyst and controls all the finances, enough said.) I think I could swing 2,000 so I would also like opinions on that price range if it would be more practical than what I could get for my 1500 dollar budget considering my situation. Now from what I gather the screen size for a 13 ft. throw would be about 62 inches up and down in 16:9 format. I am not currently hooked up for HD with my cable provider and the movies I play now are played through my PS2, but I do plan on getting HD service some day. Any thoughts on screen size would be very appreciated. Any opinions on a quality projector (in the 1500, as well as 2000 range), screen, and store are very welcome. I saw the infocus at Sams yesterday and was very tempted to buy it, it didn't have a description as far as the pixels and lumens, all I could tell was that it had keystone correction (what are your thoughts on this projector?) Since I was getting so close to buying one I thought I would ask you guys since you know your stuff like no other.