I'm considering purchasing the PT-L500u as my first projector along with a relatively cheap 100-120" 4:3 pulldown screen to be hooked up to my gaming/HTPC. While widescreen movies are a main buying point of the projector, I'm very intrigued by the possibility of playing the latest 3d first person shooters and racing games on a huge screen. I'm wondering how well this projector will work with DirectX games. What will be the maximum resolution I'll be able to play them at? The spec sheet for the L500 claims a max res. of 1920x1080, so I should set my games for 1280x1024 since its the closest standard resolution, correct? At 1280x1024 what would the maximum refresh rate be, and what would that limit the displayable framerate to?Will the various image quality enhancements available on the newer video cards such as Anti-Aliasing make a difference? Anisotropic filtering? Can anyone comment on how pc games look on projectors in general? I'm not really looking for info about console systems since they don't display in nearly as high of resolution as pc games are capable of. I would imagine they look comparable to or better than hdtv quality images (except at a different aspect ratio of course) but would like clarification. Sorry about all the questions but I've never even SEEN a home theater quality front projector in person, let alone used one, so its safe to say I know very little about what they can do. Would there be a better choice than the L500u if it will be used heavily for gaming? I would still like to be able to watch DVD's and even upcoming HD-DVD movies in the ideal resolution, which is why i'm opting for a 16:9 rather than 4:3.