Has anyone else run into the restocking fees that some stores (like Best Buy) charge when you have the audacity to actually want to SEE the picture that their projectors provide? Since none of these large chains have any projectors set up to see & compare, I guess the customer is supposed to just trust the salesman & fork over a few thousand dollars ........sight unseen!! Based largely on this forum, I bought an Infocus 4805 from Circuit City only after they agreed to let me try it out for a week & return it with no fee. (Best Buy wouldn't even agree to this!) Anyway....I loved the picture & ended up keeping the 4805 but the ludicracy of a store charging a restocking fee (which could be hundreds of $$$$$'s in the case of a projector) on a unit that you have no way to try out without buying it & trying it at home is just plain stupid! Any thoughts or does anyone want to defend these stores?