I'am currently building my home theater and have a few questions. First, how do you determine when a TV is TOO small for a HT? The room that I'am using is roughly 20x25-30. I plan on having 2 rows of seating. I've been looking at a 65' toshiba HDTV, but I'am concerned with not only getting it to the 3rd floor (weighs 400+PDS) but will it be too small? When is it a better choice to go for something bigger as in projection? The HDTV will run me about $3000 shipped. I'am TOTALLY new at projection so call me clueless. How is the quality using projection? I haven't seen, used, etc. a projection in probably 10 years or so and the quality back then was...well...crappy. If you don't think the 65' would be big enough, then what should I look for in a projection? Are they easy to install, focus, maintain? Do you basically buy it, hook it up, pop a screen in front and you're good to go? What kind of inputs do these things have? Can they be mounted mid level, ceiling, etc? Sorry for the amount of questions but I would hate to be ignorant when I have a place run my credit card through..take it home, and kick myself for making a mistake. I'am willing to spend $3-$4k. Educate me oh wise ones!