I posted previously that I was considering a 30" Toshiba 30HF83. While true, I'm also seriously considering the Sanyo PLV-Z2 after realizing that I may be able to place a screen on a different wall than the main TV and hook up a 2nd set of (hopefully unobtrusive) speakers that I can switch to when using the projector. So... 1) My ideal projector placement is sitting on top of my entertainment center, but that will mean that the projector is not directly in front the screen; it will be about 5 feet off center and 10 feet from the screen. Will keystone correction (horizontal only is needed) be able to compensate? Or will the picture quality suffer noticeably? (At this distance I will just barely be able to project to a 99" widescreen screen with the zoom all the way to x1.3.) 2) I would prefer a 16:9 screen around 90" just to be safe, but haven't been able to find any. Are there any available, or is 99" the closest? 3) When watching 4:3 content on the Z2 (which is 16:9), is the image stretched or displayed windowboxed (and can you control it on the Z2?) 3) (Slightly OT) Am I crazy? Does the second set of speakers sound like more trouble than it's worth? Has anyone attempted something like this (two different displays on different walls) before?