I'm intrested in getting a front projector and have been doing some research as to which one would work best for my situation and budget. This will be replacing my 53" Sony Rear Projection TV(non HDTV). I have a large wall on which to display the image, it could easily accomadate a 92" screen, though I wouldn't mind bigger! But I think that the distance away from the wall that I mount the projector will affect the screen size, correct? I can mount it about 12' from the wall on the celling. Viewing distance is 10' from the wall. I will be using this to watch TV from my DirectTV reciever(non HDTV) and playing xbox games as well as watching movies with my Sony Progressive Scan DVD player. I will at some point upgrade the directtv reciever to an HDTV one. Now the big problem here is ambient light. At night this is obviously not a problem, but during the day it will be. We live in a townhouse which is 2 stories. The living room, dining room and kitchen are all one room downstairs. The kitchen has one window covered by miniblinds and the dining room has a sliding door covered with blinds. Both windows are on the North wall, the screen will be mounted on the east wall. Closing those blinds does darken the room, but it is nowhere near dark enough I would imagine. I suppose an option would be to put some curtains up to block even more light. But i'd like to let some light in during the day. We do also have a 27" TV I could put down there for watching TV during the day, but i'd rather not do that. Anyways, i've narrowed the list down to these projectors: PROJECTOR LUMENS CONTRAST NATIVE RESOLUTION Sanyo PLV-Z2 800 1300:1 WXGA 1280X720 Panasonic PT-L500 850 1300:1 1280x720 Mitsubishi HC3 1300 500:1 960x540 Dell 3200MP 1300 1800:1 XGA 1024X768 In Focus X1 1100 2000:1 SVGA 600X600 Epson 10 home 1000 700:1 WSVGA 854X480 BenQ PB6100 1500 2000:1 SVGA 1280X1024 How would you rate those?