Any advice is appreciated! Building new home, and lucked out with getting room over garage for home theater. Have a generous budget for rptv or projector (about 10K), but don't know which would be best for picture now and future. Room is 15 X 24 rectangle, equipment in separate closet, no windows, acoustics (sound proofing, resonance, etc) will be optimized (within reasonable cost). We'll watch mostly DVD's(will have progressive scan DVD player) and HD movies broadcast from satellite, some regular TV cartoons by 6 year old. Don't mind possible side bars on screen if watching regular size TV show. My preferred viewing angle about 21 degrees. Seating will be about 12-16 feet from monitor/screen (ultimately will have 2 rows of seats- probably 12-14 feet, and 16-18 feet from monitor screen) I'm a point-and-shoot guy. Any tweaking will probably have to be done by installer (local AV store known for service) Would large RPTV (new mits 70", pioneer elite 65", etc) be best , or projector/screen (?D-ILA, DLP, LCD...) If projector screen, what size screen (? 4 1/2-5 feet horizontally, orlarger??) My understanding is RPTV gives better, clearer picture with better color representation, but projector allows larger screen and easier future technology upgrades. Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated-- much of this is confusing for a newcomer. thanks much!