OK, is there anyone who can offer me a compelling reason why I shouldn't jump on the TVA Homelite 10+ bundle deal? Here's my thinking on this, in no particular order, as I attempt to justify or talk myself out of this deal: * The 80" Dalite pull-up screen is exactly the screen I want. The projector will be only used for "special occasions" like movie night (1 or 2 times per week) and will perfectly fit the "temporary" setup of the home theater. WAF says no permanent or even electric screens at this point... working on that. Plus, we'll only be sitting about 10-12' from the screen, so I don't want it any bigger. * Our combo living/dining room has only mediocre light control. At night its fine, but in broad daylight, the best effort at darkening the room is not 100%. We mostly watch at night, but for the few late afternoon "screenings" I'm inclined to get a projector higher on the brightness spectrum. The 4805 and other "budget" DLP systems just don't have the lumens I think I'll need. * Speaking of budget, I'm on one. Can't justify having "great" equipment when the room is just "so-so". When I get a dedicated space, I'll re-invest in better equipment. Its not a case of spending more now to get better gear, its a case of either getting something budget-minded now, or NOTHING until I have a better space... * HDTV is a long, LONG way out for us. Again, I don't mind re-investing in better gear when that rolls around. Not sure its worth it for the scant amount of programming available right now, especially since we wouldn't watch live TV anyways. The one possible exception would be to borrow an OTA reciever for the Superbowl... (TiVo people). * The 10+ is short enough throw that I can use it on the coffee table or behind the couch, and we'll be pretty much at 2x screen width at that range, so I'm not worried about SDE. I'm leery of DLP rainbows since it would be a major drag to have anyone from my LARGE family be affected. Maybe in a couple more years... * Its minor, but I also happen not to own the StarWars or LOTR Box sets. I've been buying the LOTR:SE stuff up till now, but I hear there's other content on the theatrical releases. As for the Star Wars stuff, I'm just been watching my non-SE VHS copies. (Han fired first, dammit!) So, my rambling aside, any GOOD reason why I should keep watching DVD's on a 32" TV from 12+ feet away? Thanks!