I'm going to go to Best Buy tomorrow to look at these projectors.
I'm looking for something very big in the $3000 range. I want DVDs to be large(very large), and if the set could even pump up the size of a 4:3 image, that would be cool, but I already have a 36" Sony Vega Flat-glass(CRT) to do that so it's no big loss.
The wide-screen I want is this one:
I saw this in person like last weekend, and I'm like, "I gotta have it." It's big, and you can see the picture from angles unlike actual projection TVs! So, I've been putting $$ away like crazy.
Now, with the projector, and wall-screen thing that's used in schools...this will get any damn picture huge, definitely 4:3 ratio images.
In a tech school/college, the projectors they use for computer stuff(the sleek ones like the one in my link, not that old elementary school crap) is good enough for me. It's a big image(if set up right), and you can see it from almost all angles. So, pump up the quality a hair beyond what the school is using(nothing great), and there you go.
I'm just kind of stuck on trying to decide which way to go! They'll both display anything. The wide-screen is only going to shine for 16:9, not 4:3 - obviously. Whereas the 92" projection screen will blow anything up huge, even DVDs.