So my 5 year old daughter was trying to be helpful and basically hosed down the front of the screen with water from her water bottle. Yea, I know I'm not the first to go through this. As anyone who has gone through this with a projection TV before, you know that it looks horrible. Well, after it dried, all you can really see is the water mark formed from the residue. Ok, so off comes the front panel, out comes that big magnifying sheet, out comes the polarized sheet and we begin gently cleaning them. It takes about 4 hours. The FIRST time we get the screen back together, it looks normal with the exception of a largish spot we missed. The SECOND time, I must have lost my bearings a put one of the sheets in the wrong way. I could swear that I didn't, but the screen was now dark at all four corners with a big glowing disk in the center. Finally, I get it back together and the light looks fine but now everything appears to look grainier than before off the same source. Absolutely everything looks 'like hell' in my opinion, but that could just be me making it worse than it is. Basically, what I need help with is anyone with the knowledge of the correct way to put those thin sheets of plastic back in. If I've got it right and I'm just being too picky, then great, I'll deal with it. A few notes: No, there was no option to take it in under any kind of warranty. Especially if I mention water. The sources that look bad are all S-Video and component. Colorstream on the other hand seems to be fine, from what I can tell, but then there's that picky factor coming back. If anyone can help, I would appreciate any advice. Thanks in advance.