Hi, I'm a new member of the forum, but I've been lurking here for a week or so. I already have a decent home theater setup, based around a Mitsubishi 46 widescreen RPTV. I'm thinking about upgrading to a front projector, but I'm having a hard time deciding which one to go with. I don't want to spend more than $2,000 for the projector if I can help it. I have a dedicated home theater room with basically no ambient light. The room is about 15 feet long by 20 feet wide, with an 8 foot ceiling. The ceiling is accoustic tile, so hanging the projector may be an issue. I have two rows of seats, one at 9 feet from the wall and another at 13 feet. From looking on Projector Central and this forum, it seems like my best bets are either the Infocus X1, the Sanyo PLV Z1, or the Panasonic L300u. Can anyone help me select the right projector for my room? Also, any thoughts on screen size? I'm thinking about 40.5" X 72" (82.5 inches diagonal), which would be about 1.5 times the distance from the front row seats to the wall. However, I'm a bit concerned about screen door effect at that distance. Also, any suggestions about which screen I should get would by helpful. I'm thinking about getting a Da-Lite Perm Wall with a gray high contrast screen. I'm also wondering if it's going to be a problem to hang the projector from the ceiling, since I have accoustic tiles which probably can't handle much weight. I could try putting the projector on a shelf behind the rear seats, but then it would only be about two feet from the back wall, which might not be enough distance to allow proper heat dissipation. Any suggestions would be very helpful.