I am comparing the cost of a Mitsu 73" Diamond Line RPTV (probably around $6500? delivered)to a FPTV setup. I have measured the room and determined the following: My seating position is about 15 feet from the wall that the screen would be mounted and the wall is 15'-10" wide and the ceiling height is 7'-6". The ceiling is a suspended ceiling and I installed an outlet about 11 feet back from the front wall in the studs beneath the suspended ceiling. In addition, I have installed a couple of 1" flexible conduits to run cable from an area that is now behind the TV cabinet to the projector location. Centering a screen on the front wall allows for a 92" diagonal screen (45Hx80W) and for aesthetic/frame/size purposes the Stewart SND92H with the Velux applique was an agreable type of look for the wife. I am not stuck on Stewart, it is an example of what I would like a screen to look like when complete. This size of screen would go from just left of the light switch to just left of the frame box-out that is visible by the ceiling. The top of the screen frame would be just below the box out to the bottom of the frame approximately 29" above the floor. This allows me room for a 21" tall double-wide shelving unit (flexi-rack or Salamander designs) below the screen for my receiver, DVD, etc. and allow me the 8" to place my Paradigm Reference CC (8" high) on top of the cabinet. My viewing is probably 50% TV and 50% movies. My TV service is Time Warner cable (non-digital) and a VCR with a standard composite video out would be used. I do not currently own a progressive scan DVD player, but want to make sure whatever projector I purchase can be used for future formats (as best as feasible). HDTV would come to mind as well as prog. scan. The ambient lighting can be well controlled in the room. What would you recommend? I have thought about an LCD projector (around $5000 +/- and a Stewart Grayhawk screen (or equal - preferably cheaper -$1000) that can do 16:9, HDTV, prog scan, and has a stretch mode for 4:3) See current HT pictures at the following: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/bbs/...ent/28828.html Thanks, Mike P.S. Once I get this puppy installed I plan on having a KC area gathering for the HTF members at my house - probably winter or early spring).