Hey guys, This is probably only my third or fourth post on this forum but a lot has happened. My current setup is this: a ceiling mounted Infocus ScreenPlay 4805 in an approximately 18' long by 16' wide living room, which opens up into the rest of my house (missing the left wall). The acoustics are terrible because of the bare walls but that's another story. Anyway I have the projector mounted to the rearmost stud in the ceiling and have the zoom cranked to get a horizontal screen width of approximately 100". The projector gets signal from a VGA cable running to my multimedia server. I am currently typing this on that computer. Cool. Anyway, I was wondering. 1. What kind of screen material to use and how most people attach their screens to the wall? Are the $30 eBay screens any good? 2. The MM server runs through VGA at a resolution of 1280x720 (720p). However, the edges of the screen (left and right) are cut off, and the top and bottom are cut off if the resolution is changed to 800x600. What is causing this? Overscan is not on, and it doesn't matter if I change the aspect ratio (native and 16x9 do the same thing). I can't adjust this with any video card settings (GeForce 4 MX 420, a card I had laying around). 3. Is there any better way to get signal from the computer to the projector? Would a DVI cable improve anything? The projector's input is DVI-I, so I'd assume it would look identical. Also, I can't find a DVI-I cable long enough for the setup I want (with MM server in front, next to receiver). (Right now the MM server is on a big tower to make the short VGA cable reach, which includes an end table, a spare computer case cover, and a Wal-mart shopping basket.) 4. I'm running optical out to an optical-to-digital converter, then digital to my roommate's Pioneer VSX-D514 5.1 receiver (I didn't choose it..) On the receiver's display it says DVD/LD and in the corner DOLBY DIGITAL, but it still must be in 2ch (nothing comes through the center channel). What gives? The sound card's a Chaintech AV-710 7.1. Is there a way to do 5.1 out through optical or digital? Sorry for the huge post, and thanks in advance for answers to any questions.