Let's start by saying that the projector looks nice the unit is small feels quite well built for the money. The included accessories, single RCA, cheap Svideo, and to my eyes a slightly better than average VGA cable. The only thing I've noticed is that they are very short(around 6'). This makes them useless unless you are planning on using the projector on a shelf which is a NO NO considering the rear fans and the required space allowance. The fans are not very quiet even in econo mode. The projector sits about 4' above my head and about 2 feet back when I'm seated so it's pretty close. You won't notice it when a movie is going, I watched Time Bandits and only noticed it when I thought about listening for the fans. The fan thing my be partially due to the fact that I'm firing the fans into the insulation tarp(heavy weight plastic) and I may be getting a lot of reflectice sound. As it sits now I'm stuck with running single rg-6 RCA cable. I found that one of my homemade rg-6 RCA cables isn't sending a signal so the image is green. Great for watching the Matrix but not much else. The Pixelworks deinterlacer works great, even at maximum zoom I didn't notice any artifacts due to the interlacer. I DID notice the odd rainbow, but they were very fleeting. If you watch Time Bandits at the part where they are in the cages getting ready to swing you'll notice little rainbows on the bars. If I remember correctly the the 1:85-1 image is about 76" diagonal for Time Bandits from 12'9" mid level zoom. The blacks aren't pitch black, you notice this more when you look for it. I'll admit that I looked for perfection when I bought this, but am very happy SO FAR. Once I tweak the image a little and watch more movies I'll try to give a little better review. OH I watch a coupla songs from Chicago and was very impressed with the quality of the image. Even the sharpness seems more along the way I expected it to be. I guess getting something that can show the limits of an older movie is a good thing, but the next time I won't be going for maximum image size. Brent P.s. The package also includes an adpater for ungrounded outlets. Seems strange to me, but if my house was ungrounded the first thing I'd spend my $1000 on would be an electrician. P.p.s Screen door is just barely noticable from about 10'6" with a 76" image on dark scenes(dimly lit faces stuff like that).