Ok, need some real help here. These are my specs 1) I ONLY watch DVDs.. no tv. no sports.. nada.. just movies 2) I have films from 1893 to 2003, so pretty much spread evenly among full frame (4:3) and widescreen (16:9). Burn in is a definite concern for me. 3) I have PAL and NTSC dvds 4) I have an "eagle" eye. Very particular when it comes to crispness and colors.. I have a sony 32" XBR that I calibrate on a regular basis, to give you an idea. 5) I have a 13' x 16' dedicated room for a front projection with no windows. 100% darkness 6) I would like a large picture (e.g. 100"), but am willing to go as low as 70" if it means a sharper picture 7) I am very sensitive to "true darks". Probably need a contrast ratio of about at least 2500:1. 8) I will eventually get a high grade silver screen (e.g. greyhawk). 9) I max out financially at $8,000. 10) Ideally, I would like to be able to switch between video settings for multiple inputs (2 DVDs, maybe a PC)...but not a drop dead requirement. After looking and demo'ng LCDs (can't handle the low contrast ratio), eliminating CRTs and RPTV (burn-in in issue as well as screen size), I came down to FP DLPs. I saw the Sharp Z10000U demo'd and was VERY impressed. While it lists for $12k, it regularly goes for $7.4k online at lots of places. 1) what do people think of the sharp DLP? any problems I should be aware of? 2) Is there anything else in this league for under $8k? 3) I keep hearing rumors about "breakthrough DLP technology" coming in sept '03 but can't find any details... Anybody have info on this that might affect my decision? thank you.