I was at the Bloomington, MN, Best Buy on Lyndale and 494 (just down from Best Buy's new corporate headquartes - what a monstrosity that is), when I happened to notice this kisok in the back with the name "Theater To Go" on the side. Normally, Best Buy has one rear projector or another and some goofy surround sound system for people to play with in this area, but this time they had a front projector - a Sharp something-or-other 200 ($2,999) DLP mounted in the overhead position. Of all the retailers I would not expect to carry front projectors, Best Buy would be at the top. I don't know if this is something they're experimenting with (probably). I doubt that they'll do well with the picture I saw - dull, washed out, no detail at all, way too much ambient light. Definitely not the best spot for such a demo. They ought to have done something with one of their siderooms - maybe someday they'll figure it out. I suppose the idea is that if they can sell those expensive plasma displays, they can sell front projection to the same crowd. Somehow I doubt it, but who knows?