I have been thinking of purchasing either the Pioneer Elite or Mitsubishi Diamond Series TV. I don't like the Pioneer Elite's prices. I thought about Front projection. (I do have unfinished basement which is about 2000 sq. ft. in size but finishing it to build a home theater is a couple years away) I don't have a dedicated room for this yet. I have a couple of rooms upstairs I can use but don't want to go upstairs to watch TV, besides the missus will be beside herself if I did that. Our family viewing is not very intense. We watch some DVDs, tapes, etc. But most watching is Satellite. I am wondering about these issues. 1. Does a projector have to be right in front of the screen? Can it sit at an angle? 2. My budget for this is about $3500. Can I get a decent DLP projector and screen (about 80"), instead of buying one of the RPTVs? 3. Are there screens that can be stowed away after watching? 4. I just wonder if any of the FPs in my budget would compare favorably with the picture that I can get on the RPTVs I mentioned. I don't want to get an FP if I am sacrificing quality. 5. Is there a site which is good for FP reviews, etc? 6. Can a projector be connected to a stereo system? does the connection go to a receiver? We have a Bose Audio system with those tiny little spekers. 7. Is there an optimal viewing angle limitation with these? 8. Any opinions on Sony CINEZA™ LCD Front Projector VPL-HS10? 9. Is a DLP projector better than an LCD projector? 10. Is a room with windows on all four walls a bad place for FPs? I have one room that is considered a sun room. It has at least two windows on each wall. I use blinds now. I could add drapes to cut off the sunlight while projector is in use. It also has two skylights on the ceiling. Is sunlight bad for watching TV with FPs? Are there screens I can buy that negate a bright room? Thanks.